Americans spent the second half of 2007 thinking about the future—in particular, the upcoming national elections in 2008. With the White House and Congress up for grabs, the focus is once again beginning to shift from legislative and regulatory action at the state and local levels to how key industry issues might play out inside the Beltway over the next several years. Generally, though, political pundits agreed that major industry issues like immigration, health care, small-business health ...

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