WASHINGTON — The opportunities to enact legislation impacting the nation's obesity problem will be numerous during the next two years of the newly elected Congress, according to the Grocery Manufacturers Association here. GMA will “continue to advocate for sensible obesity prevention legislation,” Scott Faber, vice president of federal affairs at GMA, told SN. “There will be opportunities in the Highway Bill, tax reform, the Farm Bill — a lot of people assume the divided Congress won't ...

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