American Action Forum 9/20
The Fast Food Accountability and Standards Recovery Act (or FAST Recovery Act, AB 257), which was signed into law by California Governor Gavin Newsom on September 5, 2022, creates a council of labor
Capital & Main 9/19
When California became the first state to implement a program of paid family leave in 2002, the idea was remarkably straightforward.
Food Industry Policy
Santa Barbara News-Press 9/19
Some parking spaces claimed by Montecito restaurants for their outdoor dining parklets will be removed from their domain and returned to the public for its use by the end of October, including retail store owners who have railed against the loss of parking available to their customers since the parklets appeared along Coast Village Road.
Eater LA 9/19
ThingsThings are moving fast on Santa Monica’s Main Street, and it’s not only the recent restaurant renaissance that has shaken up the neighborhood: as the city transitions from temporary to permanent parklets, new five-figure fees — and widespread confusion over the payment schedule — have Main Street restaurateurs debating whether to pay up or shut down their outdoor spaces.
On the Side
New York 9/19
We traveled widely and ate avidly as we built the annual list of our favorite restaurants in America. From Oklahoma City to Juncos, Puerto Rico, to Orcas Island off the coast of Washington State, our food reporters, editors and critics found revelatory Ethiopian barbecue, innovative Haitian cooking and possibly the most delicious fried pork sandwich in the United States.
Sacramento Bee 9/19
A new startup food delivery service will allow Sacramento area residents to buy food from Bay Area restaurants and bakeries. But this isn’t your typical DoorDash grub on-demand delivery service.