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Bachmann says food industry is over-regulated

Bachmann says it's 'overkill' and the money food producers will have to pay for additional testing could be better spent on creating more jobs.
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Bachmann says it's 'overkill' and the money food producers will have to pay for additional testing could be better spent on creating more jobs.

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