WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The union representing 1.4 million retail employees is calling on Congress to block the sale of Chinese goods in the United States -- including fish widely used in fast-food restaurants -- exported by businesses owned or invested in by the country's military. plans to ask businesses to stop selling goods from these operations, or face a grassroots consumer protest. The union's plea came on the eve of the vote -- and eventual passage -- in the House on whether to renew ...

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