Restaurant Groups Say They Have Filed Over 1 Million Signatures To Pause California Fast Food Worker Law, Put On 2024 Ballot
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- The National Restaurant Association said in September that since the measure became law, it “has major impacts on both franchisees and franchisors by giving an unelected body the ability to create regulations that are harmful to quick service operators around the state.”
- It could make the minimum wage for fast food workers as steep as $22 per hour in 2023.
- The law applies to chains that have more than 100 locations around the country.
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