INDUSTRY AGENDA FACES TIME SQUEEZE ON HILL

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The supermarket industry's agenda in Congress will be facing serious time pressures when Congress returns from its August recess.A crowded congressional calendar and partisan bickering threaten action on several fronts, particularly on the $792 billion tax-cut package that includes estate-tax repeal, which President Clinton has vowed to veto.This reality follows a year in which

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The supermarket industry's agenda in Congress will be facing serious time pressures when Congress returns from its August recess.

A crowded congressional calendar and partisan bickering threaten action on several fronts, particularly on the $792 billion tax-cut package that includes estate-tax repeal, which President Clinton has vowed to veto.

This reality follows a year in which the industry has some things to applaud in relation to Congress. In addition t

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