WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The supermarket industry's agenda in Congress will be facing serious time pressures when Congress returns from its August recess. A crowded congressional calendar and partisan bickering threaten action on several fronts, particularly on the $792 billion tax-cut package that includes estate-tax repeal, which President Clinton has vowed to veto. This reality follows a year in which the industry has some things to applaud in relation to Congress. In addition to the ...

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