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Weekly Update — Third-party delivery fee cap; Unemployment insurance; new tenting guidance

Governor proclamation: Third-party delivery capped at 15 percent Gov. Jay Inslee on Nov. 19 announced a new cap on fees charged to restaurants by third-party delivery platforms, such as Uber

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Lawmakers call for relief for Washington’s hospitality industry before the 2021 legislative session

Washington Hospitality Association President and CEO Anthony Anton was joined by a bipartisan group of lawmakers from across the state in a press conference today to commit to working on urgent relief for the hospitality industry.

Sen. Karen Keiser (D), Sen. Shelly Short (R), Rep. Gina Mosbrucker (R), and Rep. Larry Springer (D) all agreed that the impact this shutdown has on the hospitality industry needs an immediate response during the upcoming legislative session.

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State-wide single-use bag ban slotted for Jan. 2021

During the 2020 legislative session, the legislature passed a statewide ban that prohibits the use of single-use plastic bags starting Jan. 1, 2021.  While there are some exemptions for food

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Weekly Update — Seattle Small Business Stabilization Fund applications open

Seattle Small Business Stabilization Fund grant applications now open The City of Seattle has announced the next wave of grant funding for the Small Business Stabilization Fund. Fueled by an

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Two Minute Video: What you need to know 11/10/20

Ready for Winter webinar series; great member resources; Spokane County Hospitality Grant Relief.

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Buying or Selling a Hospitality Business in a Post Pandemic Marketplace

This sponsored content is brought to you by Oliver Kotelnikov with IBA. The recent health pandemic has indiscriminately impacted every aspect of the global economy.   With the reopening of the

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Weekly Update — Spokane County hospitality relief fund

[WIN] Spokane County creates $10.8 million hospitality relief program Spokane County has approved federal CARES Act monies to establish a coronavirus relief grant program for hospitality businesses. Your local government