Immigration reform This year will see policymakers revisit comprehensive immigration reform legislation, according to Rob Green, president of the National Council of Chain Restaurants. Green said the White House and congressional leaders are expected to make the immigration issue a priority in 2013. With its growing workforce — which is expected to reach 13.1 million in 2013 — the restaurant industry generally supports a workable and efficient solution to the problem of ...

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