WASHINGTON -- With the White House up for grabs in the Nov. 2 general election, food retailers would be better off if the current occupant, President Bush, keeps his job, according to industry associations. The assessment is largely based on four Bush administration policies the president's presumptive Democratic opponent, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, opposes. The make-or-break list of supermarket industry-supported issues championed by the Bush administration consists of: elimination of ...
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