DETROIT (WWJ) – State Representative Rashida Tlaib is planning to introduce a bill that is designed to force local store owners to practice basic food and safety and employment standards.

According to Tlaib, the bill was prompted by a recent report on Detroit’s retail food outlets with liquor licenses. The bill was drafted in partnership with the Good Food Good Jobs Coalition.

READ MORE: Michigan Matters: Inspiring Entrepreneurs & Business Owners

Tlaib said many, but not all,  local businesses were following the rules.  “Good local businesses were doing the right thing, then there were others that weren’t and they weren’t being held accountable,” said Tlaib.

READ MORE: 10 Places To Celebrate National Barbecue Day In Metro Detroit

To make sure that business owners follow the proposal, Tlaib said it will link compliance of the bill to the business owner’s liquor licenses. She added that this form of leverage will force retail food outlet owners to offer quality food and safe working environments for their employees.

“We’ve drafted a bill that basically amends and adds protections for workers, as well as health and sanitation protection,” Tlaib said.

MORE NEWS: Chief Search: Detroit Board Of Police Commissioners Agree To Find Candidates

Tlaib plans to introduce the bill on Tuesday.