Whitmer Orders Invalidated But Restrictions Restored

It didn’t take long for the regulatory and legislative arms of Michigan state government to restore COVID-19 restrictions in the wake of the state Supreme Court invalidating certain executive orders and emergency COVID mandates of Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The good news therein however is HB6030, currently awaiting the Governor’s signature, which provides immunity for businesses…

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Industry Insights

Throughout the course of the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the American economy, the restaurant sector has been hard hit. Same-store sales fell 11.6% at QSRs in March on a 16.3% traffic decrease according to MillerPulse. Drive-thrus and delivery cushioned the drop, but fast-food results also fell victim to steeper slides as the month…

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California Business Asks Minimum Wage Freeze

In the face of the unprecedented coronavirus crisis and the havoc that the global pandemic is wreaking on the American economy, California business groups have called on Governor Gavin Newsom to delay the next installment in the gradual raising of the California minimum wage. When the $15/hour wage law passed in 2016, Governor Jerry Brown…

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