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The Daily Prep List 4.12.2023


Assessing Big Labor’s Potential Dues Windfall

Capital Research Center 4/11

Since union strength began declining in the late 1950s, organized labor has sought to reverse its decline by numerous stratagems.

Only Big Labor centers are OK in the UC system, apparently

Daily Bulletin 4/11

The University of California, Riverside has shuttered its UC Riverside School of Business’ Center for Economic Forecasting and Development after complaints from faculty and graduate students that the center’s reports arrived at conclusions they didn’t like.

Food Industry Policy

Sen. Dodd: Cocktails-to-Go Bill Advances

Press Release / Sen. Dodd 4/11

SACRAMENTO – Legislation from Sen. Dodd, D-Napa, that would expand his previous relief for struggling restaurants and bars by broadening provisions of his 2021 law allowing the sale and delivery of to-go cocktails cleared a key committee today.

Sonoma County pursues returnable foodware as more Marin County locales ban single-use plastic

North Bay Business Journal 4/11

As more North Bay cities stick a fork in the movement toward eco-friendly foodware, Zero Waste Sonoma agreed to a contract Friday with an Oakland company to wash and supply reusables at local eateries.

On the Side

California Restaurant Foundation’s Resilience Fund Returns With Larger Grants and Expanded Priorities 4/11

Sacramento, CA ( The California Restaurant Foundation (CRF), a nonprofit focused on investing in and empowering California restaurants and their workforce, has proudly partnered with the state’s energy companies to bring back the third consecutive Restaurants Care® Resilience Fund.

Roseville restaurant introduces robot servers as automation grows in Sacramento’s dining scene

The Sacramento Bee 4/11

The server stood out from my meal at the Grand Indian Cuisine in Roseville last week (read more on the food below).

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