If the recall effort against California Gov. Gray Davis were limited to the food industry, he might lose in a landslide. At least that's the way it seemed last week when SN interviewed several industry executives, most of whom roundly condemned the governor, currently in the first year of his second four-year term. Most said they believe a change in the governor's mansion following an Oct. 7 recall election will improve the position of business in the state. Among the causes cited for ...

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