WASHINGTON —Even as representatives from the foodservice industry fanned out across Capitol Hill to lobby their law-makers on such vital issues as immigration reform, food safety and restaurant depreciation, many acknowledged that Congress is unlikely to enact much restaurant-related legislation in the next 18 months. Speakers at the National Restaurant Association’s 2007 Public Affairs Conference told restaurateurs and ...
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