WASHINGTON - Food Marketing Institute here plans to make it easy for attendees to contact their legislators at its 2006 trade show in Chicago next month.
tatives in Congress on the issues of estate taxes and interchange fees.
"We are hoping to bombard Congress with messages," said Bill Greer, an FMI spokesman, who noted that interchange fees "are the No. 1 priority of the board" at FMI.
He said the estate-tax issue is particularly timely, as Congress may vote on repe