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The Daily Prep List 2.22.22


Proposed regulation would cripple franchise owners

Capitol Weekly 2/21

In the entrepreneurial world, California is a hub of innovation. The state is home to roughly four million small businesses which employ more than seven million workers.

Tips for Navigating Through Hospitality Staffing Issues

Total Food Service 2/21

Even though unemployment benefits have ended, many Americans would rather stay home than go to work. 

Food Industry Policy

Single-payer dies ignominiously, but what’s next?

Capitol Weekly 2/21

For at least the immediate future, single-payer health care in California seems dead.

U.S. Lifts Temporary Ban on Avocados From Mexico

New York Times 2/19

The United States lifted a temporary ban on avocados from Mexico on Friday, allowing exports of the fruit to resume, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.

On the Side

End of Mask Mandate: Businesses Across California Reporting Large Customers Increases

California Globe 2/21

Local business groups and associations across California report a massive bump in business during the first weekend without indoor mask restrictions, defying expectations and putting additional pressure on the handful of counties currently trumping the revised state policy.

Carl Icahn launches proxy fight with McDonald’s over treatment of pigs

CNBC 2/20

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has started a proxy fight with McDonald’s over the fast food giant’s treatment of pigs, pushing for two board seats at the global fast food giant.

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