WASHINGTON -- The principal food industry associations have already chalked up one major lobbying victory this year, the repeal of ergonomics standards issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the waning months of the Clinton administration. Now, industry associations are turning their attentions to a range of other issues, which include repealing the estate tax, extending Medicare benefits to include prescription drugs, opposing a minimum wage increase and pushing to ...

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