JANESVILLE, Wis. -- If supermarkets with fueling stations have to follow state-set price guidelines for gasoline, will the same restrictions one day be imposed on a store's food products? That's the question posed by an attorney defending Woodman's Supermarkets here in a civil suit brought by a company that operates convenience stores. The plaintiff, PDQ Co., Middletown, Wis., alleges that Woodman's, a seven-store chain with fueling centers at each location, has an unfair advantage over ...

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