Major food industry organizations will press the 110th Congress hard in 2007 to scrutinize and potentially cap dramatic rises in credit and debit card interchange fees, combat organized retail crime, and make estate tax repeal permanent before its temporary window closes in 2011. And while a minimum wage rise seems a near certainty, because Democrats see this as a key issue and the rate has been static since 1997, government relations executives told SN they're aiming to mitigate its retail ...
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