Congress is on a long break that ends later this month. There should be a law that lawmakers have to spend at least a day or two of their vacation studying the real-world impact of their legislation. If so, many would have to serve that time in supermarkets to see how legislative and regulatory moves play out in the aisles. In this issue of SN, you'll find a number of stories about the interplay of retailers and government, including a story on Page 1 about the industry's 2006 legislative ...
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