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inspector11%3A25.jpegA state audit released today claims that Louisiana's restaurant inspection process, is (not suprisingly?) really inadequate, putting diners at a greater risk of getting sick via food-borne illnesses. Says the Times-Pic, "The Office of Public Health's Retail Food Program... failed to enforce penalties to ensure compliance, adequately inspect high-risk establishments, and fully disclose inspection reports to the public. It also issued permits to restaurants with critical health violations." [NOLA.com]

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