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The Daily Prep List 5.08.2023


Porter, Schiff and Lee each make the case they’re the most labor-friendly Senate candidate

Los Angeles Times 5/8

SACRAMENTO — After the three top Democrats running for U.S. Senate fielded questions from union leaders for an hour Sunday evening, California Labor Federation executive secretary-treasurer Lorena Gonzalez told the standing-room crowd the choice of who to support to replace Sen. Dianne Feinstein is going to be difficult.

Essential Videos for California Employers: Your Must-Watch Guide

Zaller Law Group 5/5

This week’s Friday’s Five: a curated collection of must-watch videos on our YouTube channel for all California employers.

Food Industry Policy

Editorial: New York banned gas from new buildings. Why not California?

Los Angeles Times 5/8

New York made climate history last week, becoming the first state in the nation to pass a law banning natural gas in most new buildings.

Pesticides face fresh scrutiny as activists find Californian crops soaked in “forever chemicals”

Food Ingredients First 5/8

08 May 2023 — Widely used insecticides and pesticides in California, US, contain high levels of chemicals that are contaminating millions of acres of farmland, according to the Center for Biological Diversity and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.

On the Side

Restaurants are a critical piece of San Diego’s economy, and they need your support.

San Diego Union-Tribune 5/5

Cowboy Star opened in San Diego in 2008, and we survived the global financial crisis by keeping our heads down and focusing on our quality and consistency.

You may never eat inside a fast food restaurant again

Vox 5/5

There was a time when your local McDonald’s was the ideal spot for a 6-year-old’s birthday party. Its PlayPlaces had ball pits and slides where children could spend hours, post-Happy Meal.

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