WASHINGTON (FNS) -- While supermarket operators didn't get everything they wanted during the recently completed session of the 105th Congress, they did benefit from tax cuts and blocked several pieces of legislation the industry opposed. "It wasn't everything we hoped for, but it was significant," said John Block, president of Food Distributors International, Falls Church, Va. Tom Wenning, senior vice president and general counsel of the National Grocers Association, Reston, Va., blamed ...
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