Egg recall reveals regulatory cracks

  • Article by: MIKE HUGHLETT , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 24, 2010 - 10:11 PM

Producers fell into an apparent gray area between FDA and USDA oversight.

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dtmonkeyboyAug. 23, 10 9:14 PM

clearly the government problem needs to be fixed...but more alarming is the fact that the businesses can't seem to police themselves

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bgmach3Aug. 23, 10 9:14 PM

and his thug Cheney cut the FDA down to about one person with a cotton swab and a flashlight what do you expect. Oh wait, big money corporations will alway do what's fair and in the best interest of public safety, I forgot.

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SupervonAug. 23, 10 9:22 PM

and have government union workers at all of them. Remember, unions care about you and never make mistakes and will provide safe, secure and wholesome food. Remember, the government is your friend.

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wwallace67Aug. 23, 10 9:34 PM

Indeed, it is government rules (recognition of corporations as pseudo persons) that created the problem.

Go back to a small business model and in season food and we wouldn't have many of the problems we face.

Capitalism works. Corportism is not much different than communism.

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MuffyAlAug. 23, 10 9:44 PM

Do you plan on sleeping through your entire four year appointment or are you going to get off your a$$ and back away from your teleprompter and actually manage your government employees and this country?

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badgerfan1Aug. 23, 10 9:51 PM

imagine that, the free market failed

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hammarhead1Aug. 23, 10 9:53 PM

The cuts came under Bush.

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jstanthrnbrAug. 23, 1010:07 PM

I just shake my head at the moderator's descisions on this site.

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merkinAug. 23, 1010:25 PM

Me too! Why haven't I been banned yet?

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holymooseAug. 23, 1010:25 PM

Oh wait, he is not and never will be responsible for any failure of the federal government. That would be the job of a President. Oh wait, never mind.

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