Feds blame shutdown for second delay in Fla. tomato case

12/2/2013 | Packer (Lenexa, Kan.), The

The Justice Department won a second two-month extension for filing a response to a complaint by tomato growers in a $40 million lawsuit stemming from officials' erroneous claims that tomatoes were responsible for a 2008 salmonella outbreak. The government shutdown in October was partly to blame for the delay, the department said in its request for more time.

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