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Weekly Update: Paid Sick and Safe Leave Policy Amendment Put on Hold in Tacoma

Victory for Employers: Paid Sick and Safe Leave Policy Amendment Put on Hold in Tacoma In November, Washington voters passed Initiative 1433, mandating paid sick and safe leave accrual for

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Support Education Foundation Through Golf FORE! Education Tournament, September 19

Support Education Foundation Through Golf FORE! Education Tournament, September 19 This year the Washington Hospitality Education Foundation has celebrated many wins for Association membership and local hospitality communities. Understanding that

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Weekly Update: Joint Employer Legislation & Tip Pooling Updates

House Introduces Joint Employer Legislation After months of working closely with key members of Congress, this morning the Save Local Business Act was introduced to correct the damaging impact that

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Weekly Update: Tip Pooling Changes on the Horizon

Tip Pooling Changes on the Horizon – New Deadlines Today, the U.S. Department of Labor announced it intends to issue a “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” (NPRM) in August. The NPRM would

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Weekly Update: Flavor Tax Exemption Ends, But New Taxes Stopped

Flavor Tax Exemption Ends, But New Taxes Stopped This year the Legislature was under extreme pressure to find more resources. Due to the McCleary decision squeezing the budget from every

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Golf FORE! Education 2017

When: September 19, 2017 Where: Washington National Golf Course 14330 SE Husky Way, Auburn, WA 98092 Thanks to those who supported last year! We hope to see you again!

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Weekly Update: Obama Signs New GMO Food Labeling Law, Restaurants Exempted

President Obama signed into law a bipartisan bill that creating a national standard requiring food manufacturers to disclose foods containing genetically modified ingredients.

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Weekly Update: WRA and WLA Win Victory in Tacoma Bag Ban Ordinance

After a three hour deliberation on Monday, the Tacoma City Council passed an ordinance entitled “Bring Your Own Bag.”

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Weekly Update: WRA charting new course on minimum wage policy

Minimum wage is one of the issues that matter most to the hospitality industry. In fact, it may be the issue of most importance to local businesses.

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Weekly Update: Restaurants will take new liquor rules to court

This week the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) will adopt new rules that regulate pricing practices for spirits and wine sales. For two years, the WRA has been in vocal opposition to these rules that appear to violate Initiative 1183, but restaurants’ concerns have fallen on deaf ears.

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DineNW Radio/Podcast: Flying Saucer Pizza, Goodwill, Liquor Summit and Golf FORE! Education on this week’s show

Don’t miss this week’s DineNW radio show, now online. Co-hosts Andy Cook and Paul Schlienz kick off the show by interviewing Gayle Roberts, owner of Redmond’s Flying Saucer Pizza.

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Weekly Update: WRA urges Liquor Control Board to delay pricing regulations

Yesterday, at a Liquor Control Board (LCB) hearing, the WRA provided comment, urging the board to delay the effective date of its new rules prohibiting preferential pricing, planned to go in effect on September 9.

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Weekly Update: Hospitality industry alert! New initiative could ultimately have impact nationwide

A ballot initiative petition has been filed, in Massachusetts, that would require any fast food restaurant or retail store making changes, cancellations, additions or reductions to the schedule of an employee within 14 days of a scheduled shift to pay not less than one additional hour and no more than four additional hours in addition to wages earned for hours worked.

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Weekly Update: Liquor Control Board to adopt rules to fix pricing for spirits and wine

The Liquor Control Board (LCB) has signaled it plans to adopt a final version of rules that prohibit restaurants and bars’ ability to negotiate and receive preferential pricing on September 9.