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The Daily Prep List 4.13.22


What Does Amazon Labor Union’s Win Mean for the Future of Labor Organizing in the US?

KQED 4/12

Earlier this month, workers at an Amazon warehouse in New York City voted to form the first union in company history.

Three-Day Weekends Could Be the New Norm in California, Thanks to Bill Pushing for 32-Hour Workweek

SFist 4/12

Two California Assemblymembers are looking to make a four-day workweek the law of the land in the state, responding to the “Great Resignation” and post-pandemic malaise about work.

Food Industry Policy

S.F. bakery faces $4,460 fine for topping trees — neighbors are coming to its defense

San Francisco Chronicle 4/11

A city fine for topping street trees has caused a neighborhood backlash and petition to overturn the fine slapped on to Ambrosia Bakery in San Francisco’s Lakeside district.

Fairfax outdoor dining permit program extended

Marin Independent Journal 4/11

Fairfax businesses with dining parklets will soon have to comply with new rules.

On the Side

This cheeseburger explains your bigger grocery bill

Politico 4/13

To understand what’s driving the nation’s largest increase in food prices in 40 years, just take a close look at your all-American cheeseburger.

Fast food restaurants can never stop selling these cult-favorite items

The Mercury News 4/12

After COVID-19 changed the world, stay at home orders and safety precautions decimated the restaurant industry. Governors across almost all 50 states, including Florida, issued emergency executive orders changing the status-quo of the treatment of “to-go beverages.”

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