Should employees be able to collectively sue over labor violations? Supreme Court considers California law
San Francisco Chronicle 3/30
As the Supreme Court heard a challenge by businesses Wednesday to a unique California law allowing employees to sue collectively over labor violations, several justices appeared to be looking for a compromise that would salvage part of the law.
Walters: ‘Job killer’ list tests Capitol’s ideological bent
California is a deep blue state, markedly and proudly hewing to the left of the nation’s political centerline.
Food Industry Policy
Opinion: It’s time for Californians to talk about the cow in the room
The Mercury News 3/31
No one can deny that we’re in the mother of all megadroughts.
How the lull in Covid cases could deflate California’s legislative vaccination agenda
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s legislative agenda to bolster Covid-19 vaccinations faces a new, albeit welcomed, challenge: waning pandemic conditions throughout the state and the country.
On the Side
More than 25 restaurants opened around Sacramento this month, from cookies to curry and more
The Sacramento Bee 3/31
March yielded a bumper crop for new restaurants across the Sacramento, with at least 27 concepts debuting — more than any other month in recent memory.
Wendy’s Enters the Metaverse
QSR Magazine 3/30
Fans of Wendy’s iconic square burgers will soon be able to visit the brand through the Wendyverse, a 3D world based in the so-called metaverse.