WASHINGTON (FNS) -- As members of Congress rush to decide what shape health care reform will take, supermarket industry officials are at their doorstep. But unlike their stance on other issues, supermarket chains are split into two camps. They are taking opposite sides in the battle over whether employers should be mandated to help pay their employees' health care premiums. The battle over health care continued to rage here on Capitol Hill last week. The Senate expects to begin debating ...

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