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The Daily Prep List 5.30.2023


Union myths drive bad public policy on fast-food industry

Washington Times 5/29

Labor unions are entitled to their opinions on public policy, but not their own facts.

AB 1228 Threatens Businesses

The Signal (SCV) 5/30

We are living our dream of becoming local small business owners as we prepare to open a new franchise of the Dog Haus restaurant near our Santa Clarita home by year’s end.

Food Industry Policy

Sacramento’s alfresco dining scene has crumbled since the pandemic. Here’s why it’s gone

The Sacramento Bee 5/30

During the coronavirus pandemic, Rosalyn Livingston drove 25 minutes from her home in Sacramento’s Vineyard neighborhood to eat at Burgers & Brew in the R Street Corridor. And it truly was in the R Street Corridor.

Sen. Glazer: Rooting out local government corruption in California starts by ending pay-to-play

CalMatters 5/30

A new California law that took effect this year may be the most important political reform the state has enacted in a half century.

On the Side

5 of the best restaurants around Sacramento to enjoy outdoor dining this summer

The Sacramento Bee 5/30

Sprawling, quickly-assembled outdoor patios are mostly in Sacramento’s pandemic past, as changes to city regulations and customers’ preferences have resulted in many being torn down.

Tickets go on sale for In-N-Out Burger’s 75th anniversary festival

The Mercury News 5/30

Tickets are on sale for In-N-Out Burger’s 75th anniversary bash, Oct. 22 at the In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip.

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