A worker wears a face covering while taking orders from motorists at an In-N-Out Burger restaurant. | Mario Tama/Getty Images
SACRAMENTO — It took defiance of Bay Area pandemic restrictions for some Californians to admit that In-N-Out is, after all, just a fast food corporation and not a unifying state identity.
One location’s refusal to mandate indoor masks — and its subsequent closure by San Francisco health officials last week — set off a flurry of debates about both Covid restrictions and the quality of french fries. The issue
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