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Sen. Clinton Calls for Stronger Food Safety Provisions

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Americans should expect the government to do more to protect the nation's food supply. That's what Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton told a gathering Monday at Cornell University. Clinton is calling for increasing the number of food inspectors and creating a single federal agency responsible for food safety--tasks that are currently shared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Agriculture. She talked about food safety during a town hall meeting in Potsdam last month.

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