CHICAGO -- Unless the food industry takes action at the federal level in favor of electric utility deregulation, it could face a patchwork of regulations that differ from state to state, Ulysses Adams, president of Ferndale Foods, Ferndale, Mich., said here last week. a member of the FMI's Public Affairs Committee. "For years utilities have been guaranteed a return of up to 15% on their investments -- a return competitive businesses can think about only in their wildest dreams," Adams ...

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