(Continued from page 6) Dawn Sweeney, president and chief executive, The National Restaurant Association The National Restaurant Association was never a fan of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. But when it became law in 2010, the NRA continued testifying at hearings, lobbying legislators and submitting opinions to federal departments charged with writing the rules and regulations for the most sweeping health care legislation in the country’s history. Restaurant ...

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