WASHINGTON -- President Bush's second-term agenda is likely to focus on boosting free trade, more tax cuts and tackling rising health care costs, supermarket industry lobbyists said last week, on the heels of Bush's re-election when Republicans also solidified their power base in Congress. Industry association officials are generally enthusiastic about the GOP reclaiming the White House, and increasing its majority in the House and Senate. In the last four years, Republicans have championed ...

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