Election Day is around the corner, and many are keeping a keen eye on the fight at the top of the ballot. But the bottom line for restaurateurs will be decided farther down the ballot, where this cycle’s initiatives offer a unique blend of challenges and opportunities that could reshape our business environment.Veterans of recent political fights are accustomed to ballot measures being used as weapons against businesses—and restaurants in particular. Anti-business interests have leveraged ...
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