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The Daily Prep List 5.09.2023


California labor shows off its political muscle

CalMatters 5/9

If you need any more proof of labor’s power in Democratic politics, look no further than the joint conference of the California Labor Federation and the State Building and Construction Trades Council.

How a Local Tax Is Keeping Much-Needed Child Care in San Francisco Affordable

KQED 5/8

When rain from an atmospheric river storm flooded the preschool inside Corey Santillan’s hillside home in San Francisco this past winter, she thought she’d have to cancel class for weeks.

Food Industry Policy

Byron Allen sues McDonald’s for allegedly lying about commitment to Black media

Reuters 5/8

May 8 (Reuters) – The media entrepreneur Byron Allen has filed a second lawsuit against McDonald’s Corp (MCD.N) over the fast-food chain’s alleged refusal to advertise with Black-owned media.

LA Times upset that New York beat California in being the first state to restrict gas stoves

Fox News 5/8

The L.A. Times editorial board lamented that California has fallen behind New York in terms of making “climate history” by restricting natural gas.

On the Side

Slice House by Tony Gemignani Launches First Franchise Program

QSR 5/9

Slice House by Tony Gemignani, the world-renowned, award-winning pizzaiolo, announced the launch of its first ever franchise program.

How California’s historic flooding is impacting farms — and food prices

San Francisco Chronicle 5/9

A year ago, Kirk Gilkey was taking stock of his newly planted cotton, watching green shoots poke through freshly tilled dirt.

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