Continued from page 1 Industry associations, however, insist that a hike of this size would indeed damage the foodservice industry. Scott DeFife, the National Restaurant Association's executive vice president for policy and government affairs, said the NRA was opposed to the measure. “It’s the wrong bill at the wrong time,” he said, adding that not only are the mechanics of the bill flawed from the standpoint of its “dramatic” increase in the ...

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