WASHINGTON — A coalition of food-industry associations yesterday sent a letter to House leaders expressing concern over climate-change legislation proposed by the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The legislation, which proposes a "cap-and-trade" system — described by some reports as an "energy tax" — would have "significant direct and indirect impacts on the nation's supply chain of food and beverage providers, and in turn, profound impacts on the food security of our nation," the trade ...

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