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Nearly 400 People Ill After Eating McDonalds Salad « CBS Chicago

Nearly 400 People Ill After Eating McDonalds Salad « CBS Chicago | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
The number of people who have gotten sick because of a parasite outbreak that hit mcdonald's continues to grow.
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New York woman sues Canada Dry claims their isn't real ginger in ale | Daily

New York woman sues Canada Dry claims their isn't real ginger in ale | Daily | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Julie Fletcher. from Bolivar, New York, claims the ginger ale started making emphasis that it was 'made with real ginger' around 2007 - when people were turning away from soda
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Proposal Eliminates Employer-Provided Lunches In San Francisco « CBS San Francisco

Proposal Eliminates Employer-Provided Lunches In San Francisco « CBS San Francisco | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Two San Francisco supervisors want to do away with employer-provided free lunches because restaurant owners say they can’t compete.
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Foodborne illness is on the rise. Here's why

Foodborne illness is on the rise. Here's why | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Foodborne illness harms one in six Americans every year and almost one in ten globally; the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 48 million Americans get sick due to one of 31 pathogens.
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Bacterial infection kills man who ate raw oyster at Florida restaurant

Bacterial infection kills man who ate raw oyster at Florida restaurant | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. _ A 71-year-old Sarasota man who ate a raw oyster at a Sarasota County restaurant died from a bacterial infection two days later, according to the Florida Department of Health. The ma
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A Lava Bomb Hit A Tour Boat In Hawaii And Injured Nearly Two Dozen People

A Lava Bomb Hit A Tour Boat In Hawaii And Injured Nearly Two Dozen People | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
"All of a sudden, everything around us exploded," the boat's captain said. "It was everywhere."
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First space tourist flights could come in 2019

First space tourist flights could come in 2019 | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
The two companies leading the pack in the pursuit of space tourism say they are just months away from their first out-of-this-world passenger flights -- though neither has set a firm date. Virgin Galactic, founded by British billionaire Richard Branson, and Blue Origin, by Amazon creator Jeff Bezos,
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Federal law? State law? Which takes precedence when you want to travel with cannabis?

It's not easy to know what the rules are if you want to travel with marijuana. If they seem confusing, it's because they are confusing. Here's what you need to know.
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Wisconsin supreme court to Marquette: Reinstate conservative professor

Wisconsin supreme court to Marquette: Reinstate conservative professor | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Free speech -- and breach of contract.
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NYC private school's plan to segregate students by race draws parents' ire

NYC private school's plan to segregate students by race draws parents' ire | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Parents at the $45,485-per-year Little Red School House — which counts David Schwimmer, Christy Turlington Burns and Sofia Coppola’s offspring among its pupils — became aware that Director Philip Kassen would place minority middle-school students in the same homerooms come fall.
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PICTURED: American woman killed in Bahamas tour boat explosion | Daily

PICTURED: American woman killed in Bahamas tour boat explosion | Daily | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Maleka Grimes Jackson has been identified as the victim in this weekend's tour boat explosion in the Bahamas.
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BBC - Travel - The end to a French cheese tradition?

BBC - Travel - The end to a French cheese tradition? | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
After years of lobbying, industrial producers are now allowed to make camembert with pasteurised milk. As a result, one of France’s beloved cheeses may be disappearing – for good.
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Retailers experiment with blue lights to deter drug use in bathrooms - Portland

Retailers experiment with blue lights to deter drug use in bathrooms - Portland | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
The colored bulbs are meant to discourage people from using drugs by making it more difficult for them to see their veins.
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Chipotle's new management still has the old problem: Food safety

Chipotle's new management still has the old problem: Food safety | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
While analysts have maintained their confidence in Chipotle, investors remain queasy after another round of food safety outbreak reports.
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Brawl between 40 people breaks out at waterpark over alleged use of racial slurs | abc7news.com

Both families are split when it comes to saying who started the brawl, but they say they both agree that the waterpark is partially responsible.
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The Question Of Who Owns The Moon Is About To Get Very Complex - Management - GovExec.com

The Question Of Who Owns The Moon Is About To Get Very Complex - Management - GovExec.com | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Space lawyers are still working to settle the question as a new era of exploration begins.
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Starbucks to open its first US sign-language store

Starbucks to open its first US sign-language store | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Deaf customers at a new Starbucks shop in the US will be able to use American Sign Language to order drinks.
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She was turned away from a Keys vacation rental and says a service dog was the reason – Miami Herald

She was turned away from a Keys vacation rental and says a service dog was the reason – Miami Herald | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Nancy Hemenway often gets questions about her daughter’s service dog, a 92-pound golden retriever raised for the job since he was a pup. People want to know where she got the dog’s vest so the
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MGM Resorts Sues Victims of Las Vegas Mass Shooting

MGM Resorts Sues Victims of Las Vegas Mass Shooting | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
In a bid to stop any liability lawsuits filed by the nearly 1,000 victims.
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Sarkisian loses $30M lawsuit against USC over firing | Daily

Sarkisian loses $30M lawsuit against USC over firing | Daily | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Ex-University of Southern California football coach Steve Sarkisian has lost a $30 million lawsuit that claimed he was improperly fired instead of being allowed to seek treatment for alcoholism.
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This Restaurant Dumped Two Unconscious Women Outside After It Served Them 16 Shots In 40 Minutes

This Restaurant Dumped Two Unconscious Women Outside After It Served Them 16 Shots In 40 Minutes | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
The venue's licensee received a strike and a $2,200 fine.
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Woman loses her toenails after fish pedicure

Woman loses her toenails after fish pedicure | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
After a young woman's toenails started to separate from her toes, a doctor finally zeroed in on the reason: a fish pedicure.
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Seattle becomes first major U.S. city to ban straws - The

Seattle becomes first major U.S. city to ban straws - The | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
The city of Seattle wanted to ban plastic drinking straws a decade ago, but there weren't many viable alternatives.
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Hearing debates who failed Detroit’s students

Hearing debates who failed Detroit’s students | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
Lawsuit that claims the state has excluded Detroit children from Michigan’s educational system has day in court
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Supreme Court agrees to hear 'double jeopardy' case in the fall

Supreme Court agrees to hear 'double jeopardy' case in the fall | HospitalityLaw | Scoop.it
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear a case to consider whether the double jeopardy clause of the Fifth Amendment bars states and the federal government from separately trying the same person for the same criminal offense.
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