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The Daily Prep List 11.21.2022


Young People Are Feeding the Effort to Unionize Food Service Workers

Civil Eats 11/21

When Fern Potter took a job at a Starbucks in Louisville, Kentucky, they weren’t intending to unionize the store.

‘Remember to be kind’: California service industry asking for patience, respect during holidays

KCRA NBC3 11/19

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A group representing service industry workers is trying to drive home an important message over the holidays: Be kind.

Food Industry Policy

What happened to California’s to-go alcohol law?


SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — The sale of to-go cocktails became legal in California on Jan. 1 after legislation was signed by Gov Gavin Newsom in October 2021.

Treasury Department pouring over alcohol trade provisions

NRA 11/17

It’s been said that “beauty is in the eye of the beer holder.” To the Treasury Department’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), beauty in the marketplace is best achieved through fair competition. 

On the Side

19-year-old worker loses her eye after defending her co-worker’s brother with special needs from a bully

Insider 11/20

A 19-year-old fast food worker from California lost an eye after she was attacked for defending her co-worker’s brother from a bully. 

The legendary In-N-Out smack dab in the middle of California

SFGATE 11/19

“A No. 1, animal style, fries … and a Diet Coke. Then another No. 1 with, just regular, but ketchup and mustard instead of the spread and no onions and a Coke. 

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