The fiscal cliff could hurt you more than just in the pocketbook.
Food Safety -- The proposed 8.2 percent cut would slash the budget for plant and animal health inspections by $71 million. That could mean fewer inspectors -- and fewer inspections, which ultimately could mean a food supply that isn't as safe as it is now.
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