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NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay says the meaningful, permanent tax reform in Congress is very good news for retailers.

The National Retail Federation has urged Congress to reject a proposed border adjustment tax that would drive up the price of imported merchandise, saying the measure would force consumers to pay the cost of lowering taxes for large corporations.

Transparency has emerged as a key source of competitive advantage for retailers and brands who understand what it means to be transparent and how it breeds trust with shoppers.

The Food and Drug Administration has extended until Aug. 2 the comment period for its interim final rule on menu labeling in restaurants and other food retail establishments, including grocery and convenience stores.

Households on SNAP benefits could lose more than $100 a month if Congress approves President Trump's budget.

The National Retail Federation gathered more than 20 retail executives in Washington for a meeting with key administration officials and congressional leaders to try to keep a proposed $1 trillion border adjustment tax out of tax reform legislation.

President Trump’s proposed cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, will may siphon millions of dollars in sales from food retailers and especially discounters.    

The Retail Industry Leaders Association says a new report shows the Border Adjustment Tax to be a "gross simplification" of today's currency markets and will amount to a tax on consumers.

Retailers say the repeal of swipe fee reform would undermine transparency and competition and harm consumers.

Retailers are voicing their strong opposition to the reintroduction of the Financial Choice Act, fearing that swipe fees could soar if the legislation moves forward.  

Food retailers and CPG companies say they see new USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue as an advocate and welcome his promises to decrease regulatory burdens on their industries.

The National Retail Federation and the Retail Industry Leaders Association are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand the rejection of a settlement that would fail to bring retailers much-needed relief from credit card fees.  

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