Caroline Styne

co-founder and owner of Lucques Restaurant Group

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Co-owner and wine director of Luques, AOC, Tavern, and the Larder

Caroline Styne on KCRW

Nearly a third of California’s restaurants went out of business and 1 million jobs were lost since the beginning of the pandemic.

LA restaurants struggle to recover from pandemic. One owner can’t find enough workers to fully reopen

Nearly a third of California’s restaurants went out of business and 1 million jobs were lost since the beginning of the pandemic.

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Some of the loudest complaints about the Affordable Care Act come from small businesses, which insist they can’t afford the cost of mandatory health insurance for their employees.

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Some of the loudest complaints about the Affordable Care Act come from small businesses, which insist they can’t afford the cost of mandatory health insurance for their employees.

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