Cuts to proposed food-safety budget may hamper FDA oversight

06/1/2011 | Washington Post, The

Food-safety experts say a move by House Republicans to cut the FDA's proposed food-safety budget below current levels would jeopardize the agency's ability to protect the U.S. food supply and to comply with a law calling for increased inspections. President Barack Obama has proposed $955 million for food safety for fiscal 2012, but a House Appropriations subcommittee cut it to $750 million.

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