WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Having won several critical tax cuts in a major tax-reform effort earlier this summer, the supermarket industry is now turning to what remains of its legislative agenda. Congressional Republican leaders are seeking an early exit this year to avoid any partisan squabbles, which could hurt them at home, so the workload on Capitol Hill is not expected to extend much beyond the necessities of funding government agencies. One funding issue earning the industry's attention is ...
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