WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The grocery industry is mobilizing behind a massive effort to deregulate the nation's $208 billion electric power industry, which could save retailers up to half of their electrical costs, their highest expense next to labor. Deregulation of the electricity industry is touted as the last deregulation frontier now that the telecommunications, trucking and airline industries have been broken up. No interest group wants to be left out of the game. So far more than 200 ...
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