It’s crunch time in Washington for the restaurant industry. After Labor Day, Congress returns from its August break to tackle a slew of issues that could have a tremendous impact on restaurateurs—some which could make or break them.Many Democrats believe that the time to act on priority measures is now. President Obama’s personal popularity is still high, but it is clear that his policy honeymoon is waning. In Congress, Democrats have secured their 60th senator, with the seating of ...
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