WASHINGTON —The restaurant community celebrated some wins and lamented some losses as voters weighed in Nov. 4 on the fates of a record number of congressional candidates with ties to the foodservice and hospitality industries. Meanwhile, as industry lobbyists acknowledged that President-elect Barack Obama will have his hands full with the troubled U.S. economy in the early stages of his new administration, they are concerned that ...
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