WASHINGTON -- The supermarket industry's longstanding call for permanent repeal of the estate tax is part of President Bush's wide-ranging agenda for his second term, but like much of the administration's -- and supermarket industry's -- to-do list, meeting with success is expected to be a challenge.
Eliminating the estate tax, pushing to make country-of-origin labeling voluntary for beef, lamb, pork, produce, peanuts, fish and shellfish; reforming employer pension rules to ensure proper ...
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