WASHINGTON — Industry trade associations said last week the sweeping health care reforms that were signed into law last week will add to food retailers' costs of doing business. “This legislation as a whole does not provide the tools to help fix and improve the ability of employers to offer affordable coverage to their employees and presents additional challenges unique to supermarkets,” said Jennifer Hatcher, group vice president of government relations for Food Marketing Institute, ...

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