State associations representing supermarkets in the Midwest and West face various proposals in their legislatures that could put fiscal strains on retailers' grocery businesses. Most of these proposals have to do with increasing revenues for the states through various revenue-generating measures like increases in bottle bill deposits, licensing fees and penalties in selling liquor -- as well as general hikes in sales tax. Presented here is part two of a two-part survey of the most important ...

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