ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Grocers Association here on Wednesday outlined three principles for tax reform legislation, based on results of a membership survey. NGA members said any reforms must be fair for all businesses; continue to encourage capital investment; and incentivize businesses to move into underserved communities. Peter J. Larkin, president and chief executive officer, said, "Many try to simplify tax reform into a one-sentence talking point that often fails ...
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