A former Howard County health inspector says the county has been too lenient with food outlets that have chronic cleanliness problems. Though officials deny that, they do agree that some chronic offenders may need more aggressive action. Do you think the county Health Department does enough to protect the public from insects, rodents and food-handling problems in supermarkets and restuarants?
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