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NYC's vaccine mandate has been a disaster for restaurants, study finds

Operators have lost both business and staff because of the requirement, according to an industry association.


ICE switches to kinder, gentler immigration enforcement

Indiscriminate roundups of undocumented restaurant workers may be things of the past, according to federal officials.

Labor problems and the delta variant are undercutting sales, while costs soar, the National Restaurant Association found in a survey.

The attorneys general of the participating states said in a blunt letter to the president that they would pursue every possible legal action to kill the plan.

The state liquor authority says it's already arranging meetings with suspected transgressors.

A union group is also using the unprecedented weather conditions to push for a joint-employer standard.

A proposal to replenish the grant program with $60 billion is expected to be introduced in Congress on Thursday.

The action challenges the legality of New York's Just Cause legislation, which prevents certain restaurant employers from dismissing or cutting the hours of an employee at will.

Restaurateurs whose applications won't be considered before the $29 billion fund runs out would have a shot at quickly collecting if Congress replenishes the pool.

The $29 billion fund already has 186,200 applicants in just two days. About half the requests have come from operators believed to be most in need, the White House says.

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