Chef Russell Jackson wears a protective vest when traveling between home and work to protect himself from people who oppose his political views. “There are extremist factions that are so incredibly violent. It’s surprising to me,” said Jackson, who is the chef of Lafitte in San Francisco, and is fighting against what he sees as an unjust law that will go into effect in California this July banning foie gras. California Senate Bill No. 1520, which was signed into law ...

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