MINNEAPOLIS – Although federal cap-and-trade legislation aimed at curbing global warming has stalled in the U.S. Senate, after passing in the House of Representatives, Congressional efforts on this issue will continue, said Ted Gartland, Allied Representatives, Mendon, N.Y. “The next bills will have parts of [the original cap-and-trade bill],” he said yesterday in a presentation at the Food Marketing Institute’s Energy & Store Development Conference here. In particular, he said, ...

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