LAS VEGAS — Independent grocers are among the most influential people in their communities and are therefore in a prime position to try to influence their customers and their congressional representatives to fix the nation's fiscal crisis, a pair of keynote speakers said Sunday evening at the opening session of the 30th annual convention of the National Grocers Association here. "We are invited to speak at a lot of meetings, but we chose to come to NGA because of how ...

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