A repeal of the 2010 health care law wasn't on Tuesday’s ballot, but the mid-term voting determined if restaurants get a reprieve from the measure’s sweeping employer mandates. Scrapping, modifying or blocking the legislation has emerged as a backdrop issue of the election, coloring races at all levels and in various areas of the country. Candidates like Paul Ryan, a U.S. congressman from Wisconsin, haven’t hid their enthusiasm for scrapping or tempering the omnibus law. ...
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