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The Daily Prep List 8.11.2023


California unions revive bid to pay unemployment to striking workers

Politico 8/10

The new proposal comes as workers in LA and elsewhere walk out of work.

Silver Taube: We need to protect employees who speak up for fair workplaces

The San Jose Spotlight 8/10

A persistent misconception among American workers is that employers can only terminate them for good cause.

Food Industry Policy

Securing the Future of Outdoor Dining

Los Angeles Sentinel 8/10

During the pandemic, small business owners were on a roller coaster of uncertainty. Restaurants were especially challenged by the constantly changing regulations, and adapted to serve their customers in new ways.

Gas appliances’ days are numbered

Politico 8/10

The growing movement to ban gas appliances in homes and businesses has largely failed to take hold in populous Southern California. That’s about to change.

On the Side

New data shows historic rise in food costs plaguing California restaurants, consumers

KTLA5 8/10

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the cost of food-away-from-home, or restaurant food, was nearly 8% higher nationwide in June 2023 than it was in June 2022.

Black Restaurant Week and the Nisei Week Japanese Festival Return to

LA LA Weekly 8/10

The fourth annual Black Restaurant Week in Los Angeles will take place starting on Saturday, Aug. 19, and run through Monday, Aug. 28.

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