The National Grocers Association is putting its money where it wants its voice to be heard. Beginning early in 2012, Arlington, Va.-based NGA has been raising funds for its new Political Action Committee, called Grocers PAC, and has tallied an average of about $5,000 a month in contributions from individuals and from other PACs. “In January of this year we reconstituted our PAC, and set the goal to raise $50,000 this cycle, and we are on target to reach our goal,” said Tom ...
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