Assemblyman Richard Pan, whose committee originally wrote the fiercely-opposed California law that requires latex gloves to be worn for all food preparation, has admitted they probably should have thought it through more. He tells SF Chronicle that "the legislation failed to take into account that workers might have a good reason to touch food with their bare hands." [SFC][Photo: VojtechVlk/Shutterstockr]
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