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Michigan delegation proposes Food Protection Institute

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Reps. Mark Schauer, D, and Fred Upton, R, and Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin, both Democrats, propose establishing and funding a national Food Protection Training Institute in Battle Creek, Mich. The institute would train inspectors from state and local agencies, according to a May 20 release. The bills, which were not yet published May 22, would improve food safety inspections by funding training for "1,000 state and local inspectors this year, increasing to 3,000 annually by 2013," the release says
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