While most eyes in the foodservice industry will be focused on the fiercely contested national elections Nov. 6 and such critical issues as health care, tax reform and labor, a handful of local ballot initiatives also are expected to impact restaurateurs in select cities and counties. The National Restaurant Association in Washington, D.C., is monitoring several measures around the country that could affect day-to-day operations for some operators, according to Brendan Flanagan, the ...

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