APPEALS COURT STRIKES DOWN CLINTON'S ORDER BANNING REPLACEMENT WORKERS

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The grocery industry is claiming victory in a recent federal court of appeals decision to overturn a presidential executive order on the permanent replacement of striking workers.The Feb. 2 ruling of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals will "allow employers to continue the practices they have followed for 60 years," said Kevin Burke, vice president of government relations

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The grocery industry is claiming victory in a recent federal court of appeals decision to overturn a presidential executive order on the permanent replacement of striking workers.

The Feb. 2 ruling of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals will "allow employers to continue the practices they have followed for 60 years," said Kevin Burke, vice president of government relations for the National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association, Falls Church, Va. "This prove

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