The resolution of the tumultuous presidential race may prove to be a happy beginning for the supermarket industry, association executives told SN last week. Industry trade groups said they expect President-elect Bush to garner bipartisan support on issues important to them, and added that they can be more aggressive with their agendas under a Republican-controlled White House and Congress. They also said they were relieved to have been spared a Gore presidency and what they perceived to be ...

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