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The Daily Prep List 9.15.2023


A fight between fast-food chains and unions in California is over, for now – what to know

CNBC 9/15

Fast-food workers in California are set to receive pay hikes next year after the restaurant industry and unions reached a compromise over a controversial bill.

California moves one step closer to five paid sick days, with unions banking on COVID lessons

Los Angeles Times 9/15

SACRAMENTO — California employers will be required to provide workers with five days of paid sick leave under legislation passed by the state Legislature on Wednesday, up from the current three-day requirement.

Food Industry Policy

San Diego planning stricter street-vendor law in response to questionable First Amendment claims

Palo Alto Online 9/14

If recent headlines have you wondering if you’ll need to tighten your mask protocols when dining indoors, the answer (for now) is no.

Council approves expanded outdoor seating at restaurants

Claremont Courier 9/14

The parklets in the Claremont Village have been gone for just over six months, but on Tuesday the Claremont City Council made good on its promise to expand outdoor dining in the City of Trees.

On the Side

Want to find the best Bay Area restaurants near you? Try this neat mapping tool

The Mercury News 9/14

Want to find a highly rated restaurant near you, but don’t want to sort through Yelp or Eater heat maps? You might want to try Map of the Best, which analyzes scores from Michelin, James Beard, Gayot and elsewhere to find you the most excellent options in the area.

Fish tacos for about a $1?

Marketplace 9/13

The price for one of Southern California’s most iconic foods, the taco, has risen in recent years, like most menu items across the country. Blame inflation and rising food costs.

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