The nation's political focus is centered on the incoming administration and Congress in Washington, but you'd be missing some of this year's hottest developments if you only looked there. Expect to see reinvigorated political activity at the state and local levels that could have a major impact on the food distribution business. Why will states play a starring role? President-elect Bush is a proponent of shifting more power to states and localities, continuing a recent tradition that began ...

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