WASHINGTON — Warning that the Wall Street financial crisis could cause bloodshed on Main Street, industry leaders late last week urged Congress to pass a financial bailout plan. “America's supermarkets urge you to look beyond the rhetoric to the very real hardship being faced by our customers and our associates,” Food Marketing Institute here wrote in a “key vote card” issued to members of the U.S. Senate prior to their voting on an amended version of the bill the U.S. House of ...

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