COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Although the Ohio Grocers Association is 100 years old, it has been an active player in the state's legislative activities only since it broadened its parameters in 1986. , for most of its existence it was content to limit its activities to social events, leaving responsibility for representing the industry at the state capital to the Ohio Council of Retail Merchants, which served as the voice of the state's food industry since 1922. It began reconsidering its historic ...

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