LANSING — The Michigan Grocers Association hailed Governor Rick Snyder’s call to eliminate Michigan’s item pricing law. In his first State of the State address, Snyder called the law a relic that needs to be scrapped. "Michigan Grocers Association has fought to reform our state’s item pricing law for many years," said MGA President Linda Gobler. This regulation is a job killer because it means higher operating costs for Michigan retailers, punishing businesses for operating in our state. ...

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