Whether they threw their support behind President Barack Obama and the Democrats or former Gov. Mitt Romney and the Republicans, restaurant and association executives agree it’s time for the two feuding parties to put aside their differences and find ways to build common ground on the critical issues facing the nation. Tuesday’s fiercely contested national election left the Washington playing field generally unchanged, with President Obama poised for a second term in the ...

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