OLYMPIA Wash. Industry advocates in Washington state are trying to use the economic downturn to their advantage. Citing recent industry job losses and mounting business hardships, the Washington Restaurant Association is urging state lawmakers to table legislation the WRA contends could be costly to operators, such as proposed changes to the state’s workers’ compensation insurance program.The Washington Employment Security Department reported that the state’s foodservices and ...
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