Is one food safety agency really better? (commentary)

Is one food safety agency really better? (commentary)

IS one food safety agency really better than 15? The answer depends on who's doing the counting to come up with 15 separate agencies involved in food safety.

Sen. Richard Durbin (D., Ill.) and Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D., Conn.) held a press teleconference Jan. 28 to announce that they will be presenting a bill called The Safe Food Act of 2015.

Durbin's webpage previewed the bill and said food safety is currently in the hands of 1

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