SACRAMENTO Calif. A bill that could discourage employees from suing restaurants over California’s strict meal and rest break regulations moved a step closer Wednesday to becoming law when a state Senate committee unanimously approved the measure. Class-action lawsuits seeking damages from restaurants and other employers for violating the rules on employee mealtimes and breaks have been common in California during recent years. Under the current labor code, a non-exempt employee cannot ...

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