REGULATORY REFORM BILL BACKED

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket trade associations are backing a Senate bill that would give Congress 45 days to review new government regulations it considers burdensome or un-necessary to business before the rules take effect.Under the bill -- unanimously approved by the Senate last week -- federal agencies would have to send any new rules with a projected economic impact of $100 million or more

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket trade associations are backing a Senate bill that would give Congress 45 days to review new government regulations it considers burdensome or un-necessary to business before the rules take effect.

Under the bill -- unanimously approved by the Senate last week -- federal agencies would have to send any new rules with a projected economic impact of $100 million or more to Congress for review before they are put into effect. Any member could then introduce

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