In mid-October, Brennan appeared on behalf of the National Restaurant Association before the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Small Business. He told the committee that while the physical devastation was horrific, the damage to business and to restaurant operators' psyches was devastating, too. "All of us left town expecting to return in two or three days and that our homes and businesses would be reasonably safe," Brennan said. "They're not. We have to rebuild our entire city, ...
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