WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A U.S. Court of Appeals has granted an injunction temporarily barring the Occupational Safety and Health Administration from going forward with a controversial new inspection program that is facing a legal challenge by supermarkets and other industries. Known as the Cooperative Compliance Program, the initiative was set to go into effect Feb. 17, the day the injunction was issued. The program now can't move forward until the legal challenge is settled. The CCP is being ...

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