California Legislature repeals glove law for food handlers-Los Angeles Times
"If that's the only message you get out through this, please make sure that's clear. If you send your kids here or kids come on their own, you're fleeing something in your country, every case is different and every case is difficult," Salmon said. Daniel's journey: How thousands of children are creating a crisis in America She estimates that only about 10% of the estimated 60,000 children who have migrated to the United States in the last year alone are eligible for this immigration benefit, and of those, only a fraction can actually prove their case in court.
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State lawmakers have voted to repeal a law that requires restaurant workers to wear gloves and avoid touching food with their bare hands. (Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times) California lawmakers repeal law requiring food handlers wear gloves Lawmaker says repealing glove law is first step to improving food safety standards Bill to repeal state law requiring food handlers to wear gloves goes before Gov. Brown California lawmakers have pulled an about-face on a controversial change to the state's health code that bans restaurant workers from touching food with their bare hands and requires chefs and bartenders to wear gloves.
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