WASHINGTON -- Food industry associations here are bracing for another round of debates on workplace regulations as the Department of Labor began a series of hearings on the topic last week. The hearings represent the Bush administration's first effort to confront this highly contentious issue. Nearly all the industry associations have said they would rather have companies and associations create voluntary guidelines than have the government formulate regulations for workplace safety. ...
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