Final Item On Congress' Food Safety Menu: Passing Enforcement Reform
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Food safety enforcement reform legislation finally ends a turbulent path through Congress and goes to President Obama, who made improving food safety a priority early in his administration.
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