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The Daily Prep List 2.2.22


Column: California has an answer for worker abuse in the fast-food industry

Los Angeles Times 2/2

For Perla Hernandez, 42, working through the pandemic at a Burger King outside San Jose has been a harrowing experience.

Landmark Fast-Food Bill Advances in California

Restaurant Business 2/1

A landmark bill empowering California fast-food workers and unions to significantly influence wage rates and workplace standards was passed Monday by the California State Assembly, signaling a new sort of struggle between chain restaurants and organized labor.

Food Industry Policy

Column: Liberal Santa Monica versus the street vendors

Los Angeles Times 2/1

It was a gloriously sunny Saturday morning at the Santa Monica Pier on Jan. 22, when the city flexed its full might to take on Public Enemy #1: Unlicensed street vendors.

What Good is COVID Sick Leave if it Doesn’t Aid the Most Vulnerable?

Capital & Main 2/1

The idea of reviving paid supplemental COVID sick leave in California is tremendously appealing.

On The Side

Rise of the robots: How restaurants can automate without losing the human touch

Restaurant Dive 2/2

Greetings, fellow human! Robots seem to be everywhere these days, at least in the restaurant business.

Home-Bidding Wars

Comstock’s Magazine 2/2

In April 2021, Renee Edwards figured she and her husband, Jeremy, had finally landed the house they wanted in Carmichael, the 10th they bid on since they started looking a year earlier. 

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