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Weekend defibrillator report: News that should jolt any restaurateur

Here are some guaranteed shockers that might have slipped past.

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Senate bill would require advance warning of restaurant shutdowns

Large operations would need to warn employees at least 60 days beforehand.

Health authorities say only lettuce from a particular area may pose a health risk, but experts say the reaction will likely be broader.

The California Restaurant Association has filed a lawsuit to overturn Berkeley’s ban on the construction of kitchens powered by natural gas.

Blind consumers say the cards are discriminatory because Braille versions aren’t available.

A new proposal would mandate time-and-a-half pay for salaried employees earning less than $57,500 as of 2026.

But the wage-hike plan from Lori Lightfoot would raise the city’s minimum pay to $15 an hour by July 2021.

Restaurant managers would need to earn 28% more than the new federal threshold to be ineligible for time-and-a-half pay.

Imports ranging from whiskey to cheese would be subject to a 25% surcharge.

Mocking someone for an accent or lack of proficiency in English, or even using the term “illegal alien,” is now illegal.

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