As Election Day approaches, food retail associations on the state and national levels are keeping an eye on key U.S. Senate races that they say could make for an especially difficult political environment in the event John Kerry takes the White House. And all eyes will again be on Florida, where a controversial amendment that would raise the minimum wage and institute a yearly escalator linked to the consumer price index is winning popular support but has retailers panicked. Republicans ...

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