WASHINGTON As part of an ongoing restructuring plan, the National Restaurant Association said it is realigning its government affairs department to focus more closely on individual industry issues rather than on the jurisdictions in which the issues are raised. The NRA's public affairs personnel now will specialize in specific issues, such as food safety, rather than track a wide range of legislative or regulatory concerns at the federal or state levels as they did previously. Under ...
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