NASHVILLE Tenn. Restaurateurs across Tennessee could face assessments of thousands of dollars apiece to shore up a workersâ€™ compensation fund that the state Department of Commerce and Insurance alleges was mismanaged by the head of the Tennessee Restaurant Association. The state is suing Ronnie Hart, the TRAâ€™s longtime president and chief executive, claiming he received excessive fees for administrating the organizationâ€™s workersâ€™ compensation fund and for dipping into reserves ...
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