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As the effort for new food safety legislation is slowing on Capitol Hill, farmers and food suppliers are already moving to improve the way produce is traced from the fields to kitchen tables.
The U.S. House will interrupt its six-week recess.
Only death can usually break an elderly or incapacitated politician's hold on his congressional seat.
With the help of men's magazine model Vida Guerra, PETA celebrated National Veggie Dog Day by handing out lunch-time veggie chili-dogs to a long line of onlookers outside the Rayburn House Office Building Wednesday.
The Capitol and other congressional buildings are rife with fire traps.
Taxpayers have paid out nearly $1 million per year in settlements to congressional employees.
Congress will return this week from the July 4th recess to a pile of unfinished business.
Letter includes vision for future bill.
WFED's Max Cacas reports.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.