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The Daily Prep List 11.29.2023

Labor

The NLRB In a Post-Chevron World

On Labor 11/28

Early next year, in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, the Supreme Court will decide whether to overrule its decision in Chevron, U.S.A., Inc. v. NRDC. Chevron established the principle, now a bedrock of administrative law, that judges must defer to an administrative agency’s “reasonable” interpretation of an ambiguous provision in a statute Congress charged the agency with implementing.

How the new hybrid workforce has changed U.S. restaurants

Restaurant Business 11/27

More than 40% of U.S employees work at least part-time at home. The impact on where and how people dine out has been significant.

Food Industry Policy

Desperate businesses seek new coalition to tackle crime and homelessness

Santa Monica Daily Press 11/29

A group of more than thirty local businesses have formed a new coalition under the auspices of the California Restaurant Association (CRA) to advocate for businesses facing what they describe as a crisis driven by homelessness and crime.

The FTC Is Keeping a Close Eye on Influencers

The Takeout 11/29

If you think the Federal Trade Commission isn’t monitoring Tiktok and Instagram, think again.

On the Side

The Best New Restaurants in America, 2023

Esquire 11/28

From New York to San Diego, here are the fifty places that we couldn’t stop dreaming about.

More than 600 veterans treated to free meals at Anaheim restaurant: ‘It’s all about helping’

ABC 7 11/28

More than 600 military veterans received free meals at a Mexican restaurant in Anaheim, thanks to the salute from the restaurant’s owner as well as help from a group that supports disabled veterans.

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