WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Industry exertions to forge a national agreement on electricity deregulation, with its promise of millions in power cost savings for supermarkets, have stalled on Capitol Hill. Some observers are predicting that individual states' efforts will provide the models for deregulation. Nearly all the states are examining the possibilities of deregulation. Fifteen states have enacted deregulation legislation, another 13 have pilot projects under way and three -- California, ...

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