WASHINGTON The National Restaurant Association applauded elements of the $15 billion jobs bill that passed the U.S. Senate Wednesday by a vote of 70 to 28. In a letter sent out earlier this week to members of the Senate, Scott DeFife, the NRA’s executive vice president of Policy and Government Affairs, had said the association supported proposals in the bill that would extend the temporary increase in the annual amount small businesses can expense from $125,000 to $250,000. The association ...
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