WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Consumer Service here has issued a proposed rule that would allow it to exchange business information about food retailers and wholesalers with the Internal Revenue Service and other government agencies. The proposal, issued in the May 12 Federal Register, is expected to help crack down on food stamp and tax fraud, as well as other violations of federal and state law. It would allow the Food and Consumer Service to share ...

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