WASHINGTON —Lawmakers addressing top foodservice executives at the recent National Council of Chain Restaurants CEO Leadership Summit urged them to become more involved in the public-affairs process at the grassroots levels. The inaugural summit, which was held here March 12, focused on the need for the restaurant community to help shape initiatives and issues that could affect the industry, like union card check, menu labeling and food ...

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