The mandated pay increases disproportionately impact the restaurant industry.
Running a restaurant is hard enough without government micromanagers trying to stir the pot.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Wants a $20 Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers. That Would Likely Destroy the Restaurant Industry.
The Democratic congresswoman said that people cannot live off tips. People who live off tips beg to differ.
The proposal comes as restaurants struggle with the city's new $15 minimum wage.
Good intentions do not always lead to good outcomes.
The "Waffle House Index" shows some differences between the private and public sector when it comes to emergency preparedness.
A bill in San Francisco would prohibit new office spaces from having cafeterias on site.
Restaurant workers and bartenders generally opposed the minimum wage ballot initiative, which passed despite their opposition.
Top Democrats Distance Themselves from Maxine Waters' Calls to 'Push Back' Against Trump Administration Staffers
Democrats in Congress are releasing statements that undercut Rep. Maxine Waters' call to harass members of Trump's administration.
Reason editors grapple with disassociation etiquette, family separation, third-party legal doctrine, health association plans, and the existential despair of Fozzie Bear
Cities like San Francisco and Seattle have already passed similar laws, and more states are currently evaluating the costs of doing the same.
The national union-backed effort would eliminate tips in favor of higher hourly pay. That's "giving help to people who don't want it," restaurant workers say.
Eliminating the tip credit will raise prices for consumers and leave fewer jobs for servers.
Your Government at Work: Trying to Prosecute Restaurateur for Tweeting Photo of Underage Kids Who Tried to Buy Beer [UPDATE: Acquittal!]
Why is government mad? The kids were sent by cops to entrap him into selling them the beer.
'Montreal has one of the highest restaurant per-capita ratios in North America and the amount of places to eat is worrying local politicians.'
In a shocking twist, D.C. is not exempt to the basic laws of economics.
A judge stopped mandatory labels, which had been set to take full effect this week.
Requiring chefs to wear gloves doesn't make food safer and generates mountains of waste.