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The Daily Prep List 5.03.2023


Flipping burgers — and living on CA streets

CalMatters 5/3

Low wages and unpredictable hours make fast food the industry with the highest percentage of homeless workers in the state, according to a new union-sponsored report that is sure to stoke debate this year amid the latest contentious legislation over the industry’s labor practices.

The state approved money to lower the cost of Covered California insurance. Now pressure is mounting to make sure it happens

CalMatters 5/3

The adage “get it in writing” applies to politics as much as anything else, and it would seem the California Legislature could learn a lesson or two.

Food Industry Policy

New York passes first-in-nation law to ban natural gas and other fossil fuels

Washington Post 5/3

New York has become the first state in the nation to pass a law banning natural gas and other fossil fuels in most new buildings, a move that could inspire other states and further erode the residential future of the gas industry.

Wild or farmed? Pacific or Atlantic? Here’s what to know about bluefin tuna

Los Angeles Times 5/3

Although bluefin tuna is commonly found at sushi restaurants throughout Los Angeles, many diners might not be aware of what it means to eat a particular species or how it’s sourced.

On the Side

Los Angeles is the reigning epicenter of sushi in America

Los Angeles Times 5/3

It was the meal that changed how Angelenos eat.

Here’s the insane food lineup at 2023’s Outside Lands festival

The Mercury News 5/2

Outside Lands isn’t just about the music, though with an epic 2023 lineup that includes Kendrick Lamar, Megan Thee Stallion and the Foo Fighters it’s certainly looking good for music-lovers. It’s also about the food.

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