The food industry views this fall's presidential election as more than just another chance to push its agenda. It sees the election of Bob Dole, the presumptive Republican nominee, is seen as an imperative to ending burdensome regulations and damaging economic practices fostered under the Clinton administration. Dole has repeatedly favored industry programs ranging from regulatory reduction to estate tax reform. On a personal level, Dole is viewed as a longtime friend to the food industry. ...
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