Status Quo: Food retailers want to preserve current labor and tax rules as they eye this year’s political races
Americans as a whole may still be questioning which presidential candidate is better suited to revive the country's sluggish economy, but for executives in the supermarket industry, the choice is clear: the Republicans would be better for their own businesses, which in turn would be good for the economy. The changes in labor laws and in the tax code that have been proposed in the Democratic National Platform are an anathema to food retailers, according to industry executives and ...
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