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Last year, the California Legislature approved a bill that aimed to improve wages and conditions for fast-food workers, but the fast-food industry raised millions to oppose it. As petitioners collect signatures, voters allege that they were lied to by petitioners.
Today, we get into the food fight — and California’s murky world of signature gathering. Read the full transcript here.
Host: Gustavo Arellano
Guests: L.A. Times reporter Suhauna Hussain
‘I feel duped’: Inside the fast-food industry’s push to dismantle a new California labor law
UC Riverside should investigate ‘phony’ economics research center, faculty say
Column: The fast-food industry gears up to kill another pro-worker state law