WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Tax and regulatory reform and labor law overhaul topped the agenda of grocery industry officials in lobbying trips to Capitol Hill. In their annual Washington events, members of Food Distributors International, Falls Church, Va., and the National Grocers Association, Reston, Va., met with congressmen in two days of visits last month. Besides tax and labor matters, other issues presented to legislators included paper-baler law reform, deficit reduction, legal reform, ...

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