Health care reform takes a back seat during Capitol Hill visits as legislation awaits Supreme Court decision
Restaurant operators and executives from across the country rallied Wednesday in Washington, D.C., to advocate for industry-friendly legislation and regulations surrounding tax reform, labor relations, and debit and credit fees. The restaurateurs gathered as part of the National Restaurant Association’s 26th annual Public Affairs Conference, which this year boasted more than 500 participants from 45 states. The main objective was to visit Congressional representatives to lobby for ...
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