Senate passes food-safety bill, but it hits a snag

The Senate voted 73-25 Tuesday to pass food-safety legislation that would allow for more government oversight and prevention of outbreaks before they occur. However, the bill may be headed back to the Senate because it violated the tax-writing authority that belongs to the House.

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