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The Daily Prep List 09.19.2022


AB 257 referendum campaign launched

The Sacramento Bee 9/10

For weeks, California Gov. Gavin Newsom has been playing “will he, won’t he” with his Republican gubernatorial opponent, State Sen. Brian Dahle, over the question of a debate.

NLRB Proposes New Joint Employer Rule with Fundamental Flaws

U.S. Chamber of Commerce 9/16

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on September 6 issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposing to rewrite its standard for determining joint employment under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). 

Food Industry Policy

UCSF’s Dr. Bob Wachter says he’s ready to dine indoors as Biden declares pandemic ‘over’

San Francisco Chronicle 9/18

The careful and data-driven UCSF chair of medicine Dr. Bob Wachter has reached a new pandemic milestone: He’s ready to dine indoors and ditch his mask in uncrowded indoor settings.

California’s Ban on PFAS in Food Packaging Takes Effect January 1, 2023

Buchalter 9/18

A ban on the sale of nondurable food packaging in California containing PFAS chemicals goes into effect on January 1, 2023, which is now less than four months away. 

On the Side

The East L.A. chef who rejected the Mexican combo plate and inspired a food revolution

Los Angeles Times 9/17

I don’t think I’m alone among born-in-East L.A. Chicanas and Chicanos in my complicated relationship with Mexican food. I grew up with a grandmother who regularly made menudo and kept cactus paddles around for stewed nopales

Conservation group says avoid lobster. Will Bay Area restaurants stop serving it?

San Francisco Chronicle 9/17

Burlingame’s New England Lobster Co. features Maine lobster all over its menu, placing the cooked crustaceans atop buttered rolls, tacos, mac ’n’cheese and salads. 

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