STATE ASSOCIATIONS HAVE BEEN BUSY THIS YEAR LOBBYING FOR THE PASSAGE OF BILLS ON ENERGY, LABOR AND TAX RELIEF, AMONG OTHER ISSUES. WHILE DETAILS OF THE SPECIFIC MEASURES VARY FROM STATEHOUSE TO STATEHOUSE, THE OVERALL ISSUES, AS DESCRIBED BY ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVES INTERVIEWED BY SN, ARE LARGELY THE SAME. ENERGY With power shortages a fact of life in California, and threatening elsewhere, conservation has become a major issue for supermarkets. The California Grocers Association, ...

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