WASHINGTON -- (FNS) The supermarket industry is working hard to place its priorities into the quickly forming and focused agendas of the new Congress. In a year expected to see big congressional momentum on the balanced budget debate, the supermarket industry is hoping that estate tax reform and capital gains tax rate reductions get a fair hearing. The industry is also looking to regulatory reform, on issues ranging from changes at the Food and Drug Administration to deregulation of the ...

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