WASHINGTON -- Industry associations continued to push for the passage of President Bush's tax plan, as some industry leaders met with the president at the White House while others offered testimony on the tax cut's behalf in the U.S. Senate. ional Grocers Association, Reston, Va. John Block, FDI president and chief executive officer, attended a White House meeting in which the president discussed his tax relief agenda with three FDI members and other small business owners. After the ...

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