Sacramento’s craft brewers stop turning up their noses at lagers; how small businesses can onboard new employees without an HR consultant; California lawmakers question the trend of cash-free stores; and nurse practitioners go head-to-head with California’s doctors’ lobby.
2.7 million residents live in areas with a high risk of wildfire, and the scarcity of urban real estate pushes construction toward the wooded areas most likely to ignite. Should this be allowed?
While the general American drinking public prefers lagers over ales, craft breweries often give these cold-fermented brews the cold shoulder. Yet some area brewers believe the balance is starting to shift.
I can’t afford a full-time HR person, but I need help onboarding new hires. What can I do?
One state lawmaker says cash-free stores are discriminating against low-income customers, who often don’t have bank accounts.
So far the doctors’ lobby has blocked the idea, which promises to expand care options in rural and inner-city areas. They warn it would create two-tiered care.