DALLAS —After running an unsuccessful full-court press to get the U.S. Senate to vote for immigration reform late last month, restaurant organizations found themselves back at square one in seeking federal legislation to address the problem of undocumented workers. The National Restaurant Association had supported the Senate legislation, backed at the grassroots level by such organizations as the Texas Restaurant Association. In the days just before the Senate ...
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