FNC Evening News for Wednesday, May 02, 2007
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(Sacramento: Claudia Cowan) The debate over whether the farming industry needs government regulation to ensure food safety following the recent E.Coli outbreak linked to tainted spinach reviewed; details given on the marketing agreement between farmers and state agriculture officials in California’s Salinas Valley. [Western Growers Association CEO Tom NASSIF- says this is a question of life or death.] [California State Senator Dean FLOREZ- comments on the bills.] [Consumers Union Elisa OBADASHIAN- states her opinion.]
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