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Weiner%20Law.jpgRestaurant champion/Supervisor Scott Wiener has put new legislation forward that would ease the "Frankenstein monster" of running a small restaurant in San Francisco. By reducing the number of city-recognized restaurant categories from 13 to three, the hope is to eliminate unnecessary micromanaging—as in restaurants that are permitted to sell bagels, but not toast them; or to offer ice cream in cups, but not cones. The law could be voted in as soon as Tuesday. [Chron]

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