Los Angeles Times 9/23
Political PR and advertising firms in California are going to owe Gov. Gavin Newsom a huge favor.
Restaurant Business 9/22
The chances of scrapping a controversial new process for setting the wages and working conditions of California’s fast-food industry will depend on how readily quick-service employers can enlist the public in the cause, according to two longtime veterans of the political scene.
Food Industry Policy
RealClear Policy 9/23
On October 11th at the Supreme Court, America’s pork farmers will stand trial.
Daily Breeze 9/22
A Long Beach Superior Court judge this week waived a more-than $5,000 penalty and dismissed a misdemeanor criminal case against the owner of a now-closed Long Beach restaurant who refused to shut down during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic when restrictions were in place.
On the Side
Boosted by Local Restaurants and Chefs, Here’s How Sonoma Family Meal Combats Hunger in Wine Country
Eater SF 9/22
When Pauline Conway fled her home of 22 years on October 9, 2017, she had no idea she would have nothing to come back to. Like hundreds of people in Santa Rosa’s Fountaingrove neighborhood, she’d woken at 1:30 a.m. to an amplified voice exclaiming: “Get out now!”
Eater LA 9/22
Starting Saturday, a popular Singapore ramen chain makes its stateside debut at 141 N. Atlantic Boulevard in Monterey Park.