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The Daily Prep List 6.30.2023


Democracy Dies Again in California

Wall Street Journal 6/29

The early 20th-century progressive era gave birth to California’s ballot referendum that lets citizens overturn state laws.

DoorDash’s New Pay System Doesn’t Add Up

The Washington Post 6/30

DoorDash this week unveiled a pay system that the company said would offer more stability and consistency to its legions of delivery drivers.

Food Industry Policy

Animal welfare law drives up bacon cost

Action News Now 6/28

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – In 2018, California voters approved Prop 12, which prohibits the sale of eggs or meat from animals in extreme confinement, including pork from farms anywhere in the country that confine pregnant pigs in gestation crates.

California State Senate advances legislation to ban use of dangerous food additives

Del Norte Triplicate 6/29

Yesterday, the California State Senate Health Committee advanced first-of-its-kind legislation to prohibit the use of five dangerous and toxic chemicals in processed foods and drinks sold in California.

On the Side

The Dish: Six new restaurant openings around the county

The San Diego Union-Tribune 6/30

Six new restaurants have opened around the county in recent weeks or are coming soon. Here’s a roundup.

This So-Cal Barbecue Chain Is Having a Massive Moment on Wall Street

LA Eater 6/29

Tustin-based Gen Korean BBQ is having a massive moment on Wall Street. In an initial public offering, parent company Gen Restaurant Group increased its share price to $23 and ultimately raised $43.2 million this week, reports Restaurant Business Online. It’s a stunning IPO for any industry, let alone restaurants.

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