Voters still are recovering from the last election, and already more than a dozen candidates are climbing into the 2008 presidential ring. Campaign speeches, vague promises and character assassination begin to fill the air.So why should the restaurant industry care this early in the game?A growing anti-business movement is in high gear, with an ever-increasing number of policies hostile to business finding their way into state legislatures and onto Election Day ballots.Already, health care ...

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