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Hey, remember that health care controversy? While everyone awaits the ultimate court decision, the Guardian pens an opinion piece on the way restaurants have responded: "Some disgruntled restaurants have decided to assess a surcharge rather than raise prices. But all prices fluctuate. When the cost of electricity or halibut goes up, menu prices rise. Regulation affects cost. We knew that when we passed the laws. A surcharge instead of a menu price increase is restaurant owners' way of saying that workers are less valuable than halibut. Let them have health care." [SFBG]

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