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Last year, the California Legislature passed a bill that aimed to improve wages and conditions for fast food workers, but the fast food industry raised millions to oppose it. As the petitioners collect signatures, voters claim that the petitioners lied to them.
Today, we delve into the fight for food and the murky world of signature-gathering in California. Read the full transcript here.
Host: gustavo arellano
Guests: LA Times reporter Suhauna Hussain
‘I feel cheated’: Inside the fast food industry’s push to dismantle a new California labor law
UC Riverside should investigate ‘fake’ economics think tank, college says
Column: Fast-food industry gears up to kill off yet another pro-worker state law