A call to political action was sounded in the opening minutes of the 2010 Multi Unit Foodservice Operators conference Sunday by a restaurateur and trade and lobbying group officials who have studied the new federal health care reform law. “This law clearly raises the cost of employees,” David French, of the International Franchise Association, said of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or PPACA, during the presentation, “Health Care Reform: What Does it Mean to ...

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