National Restaurant Association Sends Blueprint for State and Local Restaurant Recovery to Lawmakers
The National Restaurant Association today sent a Blueprint for State and Local Restaurant Recovery to the National Governors Association, the United States Conference of Mayors, and the National Council of State Legislators, encouraging their members to act on the proposal.
“State and local lawmakers have the chance to make a real difference in their local industry’s survival,” said Mike Whatley, National Restaurant Association vice president for State Affairs and Grassroots Advocacy, in the letter. “Restaurants are the largest employer in many states and cities, and decisive action on recovery by local leaders will be a critical part of our future. As states and localities begin new legislative sessions, we encourage lawmakers to take action that will help restaurants survive the winter and the pandemic.”
The State Blueprint includes 11 detailed steps lawmakers can take, including:
Read the full letter here and review the Association’s federal Blueprint for Restaurant Revival here.
For more information about the Association’s advocacy, go to RestaurantsAct.com.