Major forthcoming rules from a variety of agencies have been delayed until after the November elections, possibly for political reasons. Among them are FDA food safety regulations with a $1.4 billion annual price tag. Senior Fellow Greg Conko argues that these rules should be scrapped altogether for two reasons: 1) They will do little to improve food safety, and they will give large food corporations an unfair competitive advantage over smaller producers.
CEI Podcast For August 30, 2012: Delayed FDA Rules Should Be Scrapped
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