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The Daily Prep List 9.26.2023


After hot labor summer, will Gavin Newsom sign bill giving unemployment benefits to striking workers?

CalMatters 9/25

The weekend. The eight-hour workday. Paid family leave. Those fruits of labor victories are part of everyday life in California.

What’s Next for Labor and Employment Laws in California?

National Law Review 9/25

The 2023 California Legislative session, which ended on September 14, 2023, saw a flurry of activity on labor and employment-related laws.

Food Industry Policy

Monterey County officials to consider banning single-use plastics

Monterey Herald 9/25

SALINAS – Citing numerous studies indicating the breadth of environmental damage caused by single-use plastics – common in restaurant take-out products – the Monterey County Supervisors Tuesday afternoon will consider banning their use.

Hundreds of Oakland businesses to shut down on Tuesday in protest

SF Gate 9/25

Over 200 Oakland businesses plan to participate in a strike Sept. 26 to demand support from city officials amid rising crime.

On the Side

The 25 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles Right Now

New York Times 9/26

In the Where to Eat: 25 Best series, we’re highlighting our favorites restaurants in cities across the United States. These lists will be updated as restaurants close and open, and as we find new gems to recommend. As always, we pay for all of our meals and don’t accept free items.

California restaurant responds to backlash over 18% service charge for parties of 1 or more

FOX 11 9/25

CUPERTINO, Calif. – A Vietnamese restaurant in Cupertino faced backlash on social media over an 18% automatic gratuity applied to tables with parties of one or more.

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