Los Angeles Times 3/23
Fast-food cooks and cashiers. Caretakers. Housekeepers. Hospital staff. School bus drivers. Custodians. State employees.
Los Angeles Times 3/22
SACRAMENTO — A surprise objection by labor unions helped delay a state investigation into California’s broken wage theft system, putting pressure on Gov. Gavin Newsom to fix a backlog of worker claims and other concerns that have only worsened with years of failed reform.
Food Industry Policy
Santa Monica Mirror 3/22
A new bill proposed by California Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills) could offer relief to restaurants struggling to maintain outdoor dining amid new fees being imposed and proposed by municipalities including Santa Monica and Los Angeles.
Eater SF 3/22
All over the country, fee caps on third-party delivery services like DoorDash and UberEats proliferated during the pandemic as cities sought ways to limit the monetary pressures of using these services during a time when restaurants were already struggling.
On the Side
Santa Barbara News-Press 3/23
The fifth annual Santa Barbara Restaurant Week is returning April 14 – 23.
ABC10 News San Diego 3/22
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – From sampling the diverse food and drink offerings around the county to rooting on the Aztecs, there’s plenty to do around San Diego this weekend.