Health care reform, menu labeling still restaurant operators’ biggest legislative concerns
Restaurant operators say it will be politics-as-usual in Washington, D.C., in 2012, even though this is a Presidential election year when candidates work to address voter concerns while campaigning for favor, according to a recent survey from Nation’s Restaurant News. A 61-percent majority of the more than 150 operators who responded to the NRN 2012 Restaurant Operators Survey said politics inside the Belt Way will not change, and that the industry must continue to advocate for its own ...
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