The National Grocers Association came off one of its more successful political years in winning favorable decisions on legislation that would impact independent retailers, said Thomas K. Zaucha, who heads the Arlington, Va.-based retail group. “Politically, it was one of our more successful years ever,” he said. Big wins scored by NGA were: Repeal of the Robinson-Patman Act, which prohibits price discrimination, as recommended by the Antitrust Modernization Commission, did not take ...

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