The National Restaurant Association said Friday it opposes some of the latest provisions in the proposed health care reform bill set for a vote on Sunday, and has urged it members to lobby against it. The association said its opposition centers around such issues as the definition of what a full-time employee is, as well as increased administrative burdens associated with tracking that data. The small business exemption is also of concern, along with the proposed penalty on small business ...
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