WASHINGTON -- After an August recess, Congress returns to work this week to a politically charged agenda with a vote to override President Clinton's veto of legislation repealing the estate tax scheduled Thursday in the GOP-controlled House. This will come as time runs out on the 106th Congress, which is scheduled to adjourn by the end of September. Clinton vetoed the estate tax repeal legislation last week. Estate-tax repeal has been a long-time goal of the supermarket industry, but the ...

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