Restaurant workers may not be able to afford rent in the city, but they’re about to get a health care windfall.

Today the office of City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced the successful conclusion of its “Healthy San Francisco” surcharge fraud enforcement program. The program investigated shortfalls between amounts charged to restaurant customers to cover the cost of complying with the city’s universal health care law and the funds actually expended to provide health care benefits to employees. The program has resulted in voluntary settlements which will distribute over $2 million to 4,000 employees across 38 dining establishments.

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