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The Daily Prep List 10.17.2022


Agency battling wage theft in California is too short-staffed to do its job

CalMatters 10/17

For decades California’s lawmakers and regulators have taken aim at employers who rob their workers of pay, overtime premiums, tips and other forms of compensation.

What’s New for 2023? The Latest Round of Workplace Developments for 2023 and Beyond

JD Supra / Polsinelli 10/14

The California State Legislature adjourned on August 31, 2022. Following the adjournment, several bills with significant implications for employers were presented to Governor Newsom for signature or veto by September 30, 2022.

Food Industry Policy

Councilman updates La Jolla Shores on ‘Spaces,’ repaving, ‘comfort station,’ undergrounding and more

La Jolla Light 10/16

With a long list of updates on issues important to La Jolla Shores, San Diego City Councilman Joe LaCava addressed the La Jolla Shores Association during its virtual meeting Oct. 12.

Gavin Newsom just signed a new California Dream into law. Here’s what it will look like

San Francisco Chronicle 10/15

The California Dream has long been about suburban houses and driving on the open road. 

On the Side

When COVID strikes, what happens to your dinner reservations?

San Francisco Chronicle 10/17

It’s not surprising, considering how risky indoor dining has been shown to be during the pandemic and how much I was doing that exact thing, but I was feeling pretty fortunate to have dodged COVID for the past two years and change. 

Seafood towers are everywhere. Don’t miss this one

Los Angeles Times 10/17

Here are my weekly recommendations on where to eat — and what to order — right now.

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