Restaurant Industry Faces Avalanche of Legislation
Lewis, Constance, THE JOURNAL RECORD
industry," which reportedly hit the $250 billion mark in 1987, said Jim L. Peterson, president-elect of the National Restaurant Association.
"But it is an industry that is facing more legislation than it has ever faced before, said Jim L. Peterson, who is president of Whataburger Inc.
Peterson was objecting to proposed federal legislation that is aimed at raising the minimum wage to $5.05 over the next three years.
"The minimum wage law is the most misunderstood piece of legislation there is," he said Wednesday to association members gathered at the Myriad Convention Center for a three day conference and trade show sponsored by the Oklahoma …
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