While plans to shore up the nation’s economy take center stage this election season, a cadre of other issues remain in the restaurant industry’s sights as a new administration takes the White House. Among the evergreen issues that the industry continues to push with Congressional leadership are changes to tax laws that save small businesses money, acts that eliminate the possibility of frivolous lawsuits and the rethinking of food-to-fuel mandates.Below is a list of some of the industry’s ...
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