There’s new hope in the restaurant industry that comprehensive immigration reform is on the horizon as federal policymakers on both sides of the aisle step up to address the highly contentious issue. Industry experts cited such political activity as the recent introduction of a bipartisan blueprint for comprehensive reform by eight U.S. senators, President Barack Obama’s vow to make immigration a priority in his second term and several as-yet unseen plans currently being ...
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