WASHINGTON —As the remaining presidential hopefuls duke it out in state primaries and caucuses across the nation, members of the foodservice community are taking a harder look at where the candidates stand on issues that could affect the future of restaurant businesses. Restaurateurs acknowledge that even as power over many critical issues has been shifting down to statehouse and city hall levels, the federal government retains the ...
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