Restaurant industry insiders expect universal-health-care proposals involving employer mandates to remain a hot topic this year, even after a federal court in late December overturned a San Francisco law requiring businesses to provide insurance for their employees or pay fees to support the city’s new insurance program. That ruling in favor of the co-plaintiff Golden Gate Restaurant Association cited federal law prohibiting local and state jurisdictions from regulating employee ...

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