SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Arnold Schwarzenegger will be good for business and good for the food industry, executives from two trade associations told SN last week. "He will restore balance in state government," Peter Larkin, president of the California Grocers Association here, said. "Over the last five years, liberal Democrats have held the governor's office and dominated the legislature, and over those five years, we've seen a slew of anti-business bills -- dealing with overtime work rules, ...

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