WASHINGTON -- With only one year remaining in President Clinton's tumultuous term, next year's presidential race is already heating up. And when it comes to several regulatory issues still floating around, relations between industry and government are also heated. Issues likely to spark a flame include: the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's proposed ergonomics rule, the Food Safety and Inspection Services' irradiation proposals, federal blacklisting and hours-of-service rules. ...

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