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Published: Thursday, June 30 2011 1:00 p.m. MDT

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Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

Less regulation.
Let Businesses police themselves.
Get Government out of my business.
Businesses would never put profits ahead of safety.

American Fork, UT

We need to gut the FDA. That'll save a fraction of a percent of the budget, and get government out of the way.

Clearfield, UT

Sometime between 90-95 I traveled with my ex-wife and in-laws from Utah to Colorado Springs CO. I remember eating at Jack in the Box. I remember because we don't have them here, in fact I had never heard of them. That night I became very sick to my stomach. I thought it was an ulcer flare up as I had a history of ulcers. The next morning we had to take my mother-in-law in for medical treatment as she was also became ill. It was later that I finally decided it was food poisoning. This is the first time I had heard of a history of food poisoning at Jack in the Box. To bad we didn't pursue it at the time. Ineresting.

Nan BW
ELder, CO

Had Jeff Benedict read The Great Wine Blight, a suspenseful thriller type story of a disease in grapes that caused a huge wine shortage? It is sad when making money is a priority over making food safe. If Mr. Benedict has written a useful narrative about a serious topic, but made it interesting, I commend him.

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