WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket industry officials have long complained of being buried under costly federal regulations and now view the Republican takeover of Congress as their first real chance at regulatory relief in years. How extensive reform will be is unclear, given the long wish lists for change being pushed by lawmakers and lobbyists representing various industries and public interest groups. But there will likely be increased scrutiny by Congress of the way federal agencies ...
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