Sweeping national reforms — think health care, immigration and minimum wage — may dominate the headlines and weigh heavily on operators’ minds, but they’re not the only issues threatening to drive up costs and create operational headaches. The industry also is monitoring proposals at the local, state and federal levels that seek to regulate a broad range of business and social issues, including waste, sugar consumption, unions and transparency in food ...
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