The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday to stall an order for a proposed food-safety rule, saying the government shutdown made it impossible for the agency to meet its Nov. 30 deadline. In June, a California federal judge ordered the FDA to propose a new rule to protect the nation’s food supply against a terrorist attack as part of the Food Safety Modernization Act, issuing the Nov. 30 deadline. The ruling was made in response to a lawsuit brought against the FDA by the Center for Food Safety and the Center ... Read More
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