Colorado state Senator Jessie Ulibarri is looking to push forward new legislation that requires restaurants who do not provide five paid sick days to their employees to post a public notice that informs their customers. Citing the growing food safety concerns in light of the recent Chipotle crisis, Ulibarri claims that restaurant workers are currently forced to chose between their economic and health interests, and often end up coming to work sick, thus risking infecting fellow staff and customers.
"If employees are not offered paid time off when they're sick, then we, as the public, should know," Ulibarri explained to ABC7. "If we know there's dairy in our food or gluten in our food, we should know if there's influenza in our food." Read More