WASHINGTON -- Major food industry associations are hoping the Congressional winds will blow as favorably on issues like bioterrorism, health care reform and pension fund investments as they did last week when the Occupational Safety and Health Administration here decided to pursue ergonomics guidelines rather than strict standards. As national trade associations take to Capitol Hill to lobby on behalf of the food industry, these issues and others, which could potentially restrict or hamper ...
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