Calif. considers bill inhibiting enforcement of brand standards

06/26/2013 | Latino Times (California)

A bill being considered by the California state assembly that would amend the Franchise Relations Act to loosen a franchisee's obligation to adhere to brand standards should concern consumers in lower-income areas because the less-restrictive standards could result in discriminatory pricing, limited menu options and lower quality products, according to this article.

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