Get involved! It’s something restaurateurs hear time and time again, whether it’s an urgent request to call your congressman, write a letter to the editor, come to the statehouse for lobby day or give money to a political-action committee. It may seem tiring and next-to-impossible to find time to be civically and politically engaged when you’re meeting the day-to-day demands of running your business. But in this day and age, the price of not being involved may be your business itself.I ...

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