NEW YORK —New York restaurateurs are gearing up for a fight with city hall as members of the City Council deliberate the passage of a measure that would mandate paid sick leave for employees. Nearly three-quarters of the New York City Council’s 51 members have thrown their support behind a measure that operators and association officials insist would further punish restaurateurs already reeling from the effects of the recession. ...
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