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Regulators consider a way to ease restaurants' unionization

Working Lunch: All that's needed would be a majority of employees signing a document, a process known as card check.

Food

FDA warns of a danger from Canadian oysters

The suspect shellfish have been traced back to harvesting areas in British Columbia.

Working Lunch: Joe Kefauver and Franklin Coley from Align Public Strategies discuss the giants’ union issues. They also talk EEOC and a candidate for Massachusetts AG.

A Chick-fil-A in Santa Barbara is in danger of being declared a public nuisance because of backups. But that is not the only such conflict. Here’s what restaurants are doing to ease these problems.

The measure could give restaurants that missed the first round another shot. But it faces tough resistance in the Senate.

Several Senate elders have put a new proposal on the table. This one addresses some of the issues that killed past efforts.

Operators are getting ready to air pay ranges in their want ads, starting May 15.

Working Lunch: The restaurant business may be getting a preview of what's ahead from c-stores and Amazon

The corporation says it'll work to overturn a pet law of the governor. He, in turn, warns that he may put a leash on the company.

The appointment of David Weil as the Biden administration's wage and hour chief was blocked by a bipartisan vote.

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