WASHINGTON (FNS) -- After winning some major legislative battles on Capitol Hill in the past two years, the supermarket industry is spending the remaining weeks of the 104th Congress ensuring that no anti-industry bills sneak through. "We're into a Catch-22 season for the next few weeks," said Harry Sullivan, senior vice president and general counsel for the Food Marketing Institute here. "If anyone admits they need a certain piece of legislation, that becomes a train upon which everything ...

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