WASHINGTON -- The promise of four more years of pro-business legislation left industry leaders satisfied with last week's national election, although some expressed concern over government spending, the war in Iraq and other issues. Retailers contacted by SN last week said they thought the re-election of President Bush and the addition of four Republican seats each in the House and Senate would be favorable for the industry on issues like country-of-origin labeling, the estate tax, minimum ...

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