Budgetary concerns have stalled passage of the widely supported Food Safety Modernization Act
Despite widespread support from food producers and consumer advocacy groups, passage of the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act hit yet another snag in Congress last month. Barring a last minute, bipartisan effort, the bill appears headed for additional debate when the House and Senate reconvene after November's midterm elections. “We are extremely disappointed that the U.S. Senate has decided not to take up the Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Modernization Act before going to ...
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