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The Daily Prep List 4.25.2023


Legal battle over Prop. 22 continues as union and gig drivers petition state Supreme Court

The Sacramento Bee 4/25

Opponents of Proposition 22, the controversial initiative that classified gig drivers as independent contractors rather than employees, have asked the the California Supreme Court to find the policy unconstitutional.

Julie Su would be a perfect Labor secretary. That’s why Big Business hates her

Los Angeles Times 4/24

Most politically aware Americans are probably familiar with the function of confirmation hearings in a Senate with a razor-thin Democratic majority: It’s where qualified nominations go to die.

Food Industry Policy

Last week’s kitchen ruling affects more than Berkeley restaurants

Restaurant Business 4/24

A green movement that had chefs sweating like a stove-side cold beer was put before one of the country’s most liberal courts last week, with the outcome expected to determine how one city’s restaurant kitchens would operate from now on.

Your dog can join you for outdoor dining, FDA says

Axios 4/25

It’s OK for diners to bring dogs to restaurants’ outdoor seating areas if state and local laws — and the restaurant — allow it, the Food and Drug Administration says in new guidance.

On the Side

Top 25 Restaurants: Where to eat in the Bay Area, Spring 2023

San Francisco Chronicle 4/25

From cherry blossoms to poppy-studded hillsides, the Bay Area is in full bloom this spring.

Expanding To-Go Beverage Service Permanently: What to Know

FSR Magazine 6/29

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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