In this abbreviated last year of the 105th Congress, action on the legislative agenda is taking a back seat to Republican efforts to keep the political waters calm in anticipation of November elections. Nevertheless, the grocery industry has a lengthy agenda of items it is seeking to advance or delay. Officials acknowledge that much of their work this year is designed to pave the way for action when the 106th Congress convenes in January 1999. ars to be little consensus on disputed details. ...
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