Perhaps the application of good sense to any endeavor will never reach the level of common practice, but the influence of clear thinking seems to be making an unexpected appearance in Washington's halls of government. Certainly such is the case when looking from the narrow perspective of a few issues affecting the supermarket industry, several of which are getting a favorable hearing after languishing -- and begging for attention -- for years. Here's a quick roundup of some of the surprising ...

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