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Fast-food employers and employees square off over California's controversial wage-setting plan

The war of words is expected to continue as the deadline for a Fast Act vote approaches.


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The National Labor Relations Board was accused of violating its own fairness standards.

The judge who effectively killed the standard says employers and regulators need time to adjust to his decision.

Working Lunch: Federal regulators could reverse the move, and the closing could spark more union drives.

A new assistance pool is intended to reassure baristas that pro-union activity won't cost them income.

Starbucks Workers United said the milestone vote came at a location in Cleveland, 11 months after the unionization effort began.

The decision will require full-service restaurants to pay servers and bartenders the full minimum wage. It also requires most employers to provide paid sick leave.

Union supporters say the burrito brand is trying to thwart the organizing effort. Chipotle says it just can't find enough staff to maintain operations.

Reality Check: A variety of brands are now contending with organizing efforts, and the tally is growing quickly.

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