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The Daily Prep List 4.8.22


Santa Cruz employees file suit against Starbucks, four California stores to vote on unionization

The Mercury News 4/8

SANTA CRUZ – Two Santa Cruz Starbucks locations have filed lawsuits through the National Labor Relations Board against Starbucks corporate.

Wages Rise for Many, But Not for Californians Most Hit by Inflation

Capital & Main 4/7

When I met Amparo Ramirez in March of 2020, our conversation was very much of the moment.

Food Industry Policy

Restaurant, fitness industry advocates pivot lobbying to the Senate

Politico Influence 4/7

SMALL BUSINESS RELIEF BILL HEADS TO SENATE: Advocates and lobbyists for the restaurant and fitness industries are pivoting their attention to the Senate for one last shot at winning relief for industries still struggling to recover from the pandemic, after the House voted today to approve a $55 billion relief package.

Aid to restaurants struggling through COVID pandemic is moving through Congress

The Sacramento Bee 4/8

The House of Representatives wants to keep your favorite local restaurants going, restaurants that have struggled to survive during the two years since COVID-19 ravaged their businesses.

On the Side

Restaurants on Sacramento’s K Street, the scene of the mass shooting, are pushing forward

San Francisco Chronicle 4/7

Just before noon on a balmy Wednesday, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg stood on the corner of 10th and K streets in downtown Sacramento holding a bag of fried chicken.

Monterey County Hospitality Association to honor two with annual awards

Monterey Herald 4/7

MONTEREY – The Monterey County Hospitality Association will be honoring two hospitality professionals at its annual awards gala Friday at the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa in Monterey.

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