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The Daily Prep List 8.01.2023


Many immigrant workers face a grim future without retirement benefits. A California bill could help

Los Angeles Times 7/31

Whether in rain, raging winds or sweltering summer heat, José Villa can be seen on the streets of north Los Angeles, summoning smiles from children and adults alike.

14 years ago the federal minimum wage was raised to $7.25 an hour. It hasn’t changed

KERA News 7/31

Fourteen years ago this month, the federal minimum wage was raised to $7.25 an hour, and it hasn’t gone up since.

Food Industry Policy

Helping Latino Restaurants Thrive: SoCalGas Offers Microgrant Program

Pasadena Now 7/31

Pasadena’s Latino restaurant community will be able to receive critical support through a microgrant program initiated by the Latino Restaurant Association and SoCalGas.

Lawmakers Look to Eliminate the Tip Credit

FSR Magazine 7/27

Following several unsuccessful attempts over the past few years, Democratic lawmakers are once again aiming to raise the federal minimum wage and eliminate the tip credit, and their latest proposal is sparking a fresh round of criticism from the restaurant industry.

On the Side

Best restaurant meals I ate around Sacramento in July | Food reporter’s notebook

The Sacramento Bee 7/31

You’ll get far more than what you ordered at Rosemont’s traditional Korean restaurants.

Reviewing the FSR 30 in 2023

FSR Magazine 7/2023

The FSR 30 report is a ranking of the top full-service chains in the country by total systemwide sales

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