Earlier this month, the U.S. Congress adjourned for the pre-election period. Members won't return to Washington until after the Nov. 7 election, which means it will be a lame-duck Congress when it does get back to work. That's assuming much work will get done. Political observers express little hope that such a Congress will muster the will to take action on pending matters, some of which are of concern to the food distribution and manufacturing industries. Indeed, since the outcome of the ...
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