The looming election season, with control of the Senate up for grabs, means there will be little opportunity for action on some bills of importance to the industry before the lame-duck session in November and December. Many of the bills of concern to food retailers will likely be pushed into 2015, according to Jennifer Hatcher, SVP, government and public affairs, Food Marketing Institute. “We are in a situation where the big primaries and runoffs, and the real chance for potential of ...
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