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Restaurant Lobby Asks Supreme Court to Hear Case About Tip Sharing
The NRA argues federal laws preventing kitchen staff from sharing in tips “trample on the rights of restaurant workers.”
Supreme Court Won’t Stand in the Way of Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage
Fast-food franchisees had claimed the law unfairly treats them as large corporations.
Let Them Eat Foie
13 States Push Supreme Court to Reconsider Foie Gras Ban
Pro-foie gras forces say California’s ban leaves room for constitutional debate.
Maybe Obamacare Isn’t So Bad for Restaurants After All
Tax credits for health insurance give restaurateurs the ability to assemble healthy and loyal employees poised to help grow the business.
Give It a Chance
Why Are Politicians Determined to Make People Dislike Broccoli?
How did this delicious vegetable wind up being a symbol of all that’s wrong with government oversight?
Supreme Court Justices Pen a Cookbook; Food 4 Less Workers Could Strike
The collection gathers the recipes of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s late husband.
Top Chef: D.C.
Winner Kevin Sbraga Headlines the Epicurean Palate;
Plus the UK’s Health Secretary apologizes to Jamie Oliver, and kinchi prices skyrocket in Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
Okay, But What’s Elena Kagan’s Stance on Chinese Takeout?
An Upper West Side Chinese joint gives itself an endorsement from the Supreme Court nominee.
Supreme Court Overturns Revocation of Le Souk’s Liquor License
There wasn’t enough evidence to determine that the boîte had become overcrowded.