While foodservice operators will be eagerly monitoring the economic news over the next 18 months, many also will be following congressional developments as they come out of Washington, D.C.With the legislative center of gravity shifting from the states to Capitol Hill once again, federal lawmakers are expected to take up a number of issues that could impact the health of the restaurant industry.Even though 2010 will be an election year—a time when little historically gets accomplished in ...

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