Sen. Dick Durbin says his food safety bill, set for a Senate vote within days, will improve an "outdated, under-funded and overwhelmed food safety system." Speaking alongside several victims of food-borne illness at a Jewel-Osco store, he said the bill will "improve the FDA's ability to prevent food-borne illness outbreaks and ensure that FDA responds quickly and effectively when outbreaks do occur."

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