REP. TOM LANTOS, D-Calif., introduced a bill last week that would sharply limit the number of hours and times of day that teenagers could work. A Lantos spokesman predicted that the biggest critics of the measure would be the grocery and restaurant industries. t $18.35 each. The remaining 6.56 million will be sold both domestically and internationally for at least the same price. KROGER CO., Cincinnati, said last week it has signed new bank-credit agreements totaling $2 billion with ...

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