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Rep. Kingston Threatens To Defund Food Safety Law That Will Protect The Public And Save Taxpayers Money

Today, President Obama is expected to sign into law a food safety bill that significantly upgrades the ability of the Food and Drug Administration to prevent and respond to outbreaks of foodborne illness. The bill passed the Senate by unanimous consent last month, and the House passed it on a 215-144 vote, with ten Republicans [...]
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