WASHINGTON — The Republican takeover of the House of Representatives and gains in the Senate in last week's midterm elections could lead to some tax relief for supermarket operators, industry associations said last week. “For our members, a major concern is the tax-policy issues,” Tom Wenning, executive vice president, National Grocers Association, told SN. “The uncertainty that exists there has created a problem for not only retailers and wholesalers, but businesses in general in that they ...

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