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The Daily Prep List 5.04.2023


California companies pay higher taxes for unemployment debt

Associated Press 5/3

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — One potential consequence of California’s ballooning budget deficit: Higher taxes for businesses, with increases possible every year for the next decade.

Why delivery robots face a regulatory ‘nightmare’

Restaurant Dive 5/3

States can’t seem to agree on how to handle sidewalk delivery robots.

Food Industry Policy

Oceanside takes big step toward banning single-use plastic, foam products

FOX5 San Diego 5/3

OCEANSIDE, Calif. – The City of Oceanside took a big step toward banning single use plastic and single use foam products.

San Rafael set to adopt reusable foodware ordinance

Marin Independent Journal 5/3

San Rafael is the latest Marin municipality to advance an ordinance that would ban food providers from offering plastic single-use foodware.

On the Side

Sacramento 916 gift cards are back ahead of Mother’s Day. Here’s how they work

The Sacramento Bee 5/4

Sacramento’s 916 electronic gift card program makes a comeback just ahead of Mother’s Day with the familiar promotion: Buy a gift card, get a bonus gift card

From Gas Stations to Restaurants: How The WGA Strike Will Hit The LA Economy

LAist 5/3

Down the street from the Walt Disney Co. headquarters in Burbank, where picketers showed up Tuesday for the first day of the WGA strike, Amber Dedman’s mind was whirring.

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