Kathryn Slater-Carter poses for photographs Tuesday at a McDonald’s restaurant she owns in Daly City, Calif. Slater-Carter spearheaded a bill in California that could soon give franchisees greater protections in their dealings with franchisers.
Kathryn Slater-Carter poses for photographs Tuesday at a McDonald’s restaurant she owns in Daly City, Calif. Slater-Carter spearheaded a bill in California that could soon give franchisees greater protections in their dealings with franchisers. Jeff Chiu Associated Press
Kathryn Slater-Carter poses for photographs Tuesday at a McDonald’s restaurant she owns in Daly City, Calif. Slater-Carter spearheaded a bill in California that could soon give franchisees greater protections in their dealings with franchisers. Jeff Chiu Associated Press

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