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The Daily Prep List 2.4.22


L.A.’s minimum wage to rise to $16.04 in July

Los Angeles Times 2/3

Los Angeles’ hourly minimum wage will rise from $15 to $16.04 on July 1, officials said Thursday.

What’s in the California paid sick leave deal for workers and businesses?

CalMatters Updated 2/3

California workers will soon again have access to as much as two weeks paid time off for COVID-related sick leave, under a deal announced Jan. 25 by the governor and legislative leaders.

Food Industry Policy

Single-payer healthcare in California is out of reach. Universal healthcare is a better bet

Los Angeles Times 2/3

SACRAMENTO — After all the scuffling over single-payer healthcare legislation, the author mercifully killed the bill himself. It was smart — the only possible move that made sense.

Why Omicron Won’t Keep Diners Away from Restaurants for Long

FSR Magazine 2/3

Omicron has been fast and furious, creating new challenges on top of already tough ones. 

On the Side

Overcoming obstacles, Black-owned restaurants have grown. ‘But we need a lot more’

The Sacramento Bee 2/4

Three years ago, I shadowed activist/entrepreneur/pop-up chef Berry Accius as he dined out at Black-owned restaurants every day in February.

5 of the Best Sushi Restaurants in Los Angeles

New York Times 2/4

Los Angeles has one of the most robust and delightful sushi scenes in the country, from vegan sushi to fusion sushi, from grocery store takeout to fine dining.

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