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Resource ID: #15972
Subject: Restaurants
Source: Eagle (Wichita, Kan.)
Date: Oct. 3, 1999



The Wichita Eagle's three-article report detailed: "how a number of restaurants repeatedly violate the health regulations considered most critical to customer safety, with little fear of fines or other disciplinary action; how state and local officials ignored a regulation calling for restaurants performing below a certain level to be shut down; how a 'grading card' system used in the city of Wichita is sometimes misleading to the public." "The Wichita Eagle used computer data to analyze more than 20,000 inspections of eating establishments in Kansas since the beginning of 1998, taking a closer look at those in Sedgwick County."

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