DALLAS —Faced with many legislative issues that could harm restaurant businesses, operators more than ever must make sure their voices are heard and their stories are cohesive, agreed a panel of government relations experts during the 50th annual Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators conference. But given the diversity of businesses within the restaurant industry, tackling such issues as minimum-wage increases, health care reform, card check, ...

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