Restaurant operators tell U.S. lawmakers what small businesses need
At a time of economic uncertainty and partisan gridlock in Washington, D.C., Nation’s Restaurant News asked restaurant industry leaders to sound off on advice they would give lawmakers. Starbucks Corp. chairman Howard Schultz led the charge when he publicly called for chief executives of all kinds to stop campaign contributions until elected U.S. officials create a long-term plan for the United States and put an end to political bickering. Below you’ll find voices from AFC ...
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