WASHINGTON President Bush studded his State of the Union address last night with calls for several measures long sought by the restaurant industry, from the adoption of a guest-worker program for immigrants to the approval of cooperatives for buying employee health insurance. The initiatives were included in a speech widely characterized as a call for cooperation from the new Congress, which many in the trade expect to be less pro-business than its Republican-controlled ...
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