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North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler speaks at the North Carolina Animal Agriculture Coalition Education Forum at the K.E. White Center in Elizabeth City, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012.
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Photos by Thomas J. Turney North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler speaks at the North Carolina Animal Agriculture Coalition Education Forum at the K.E. White Center in Elizabeth City, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012.

Ag chief: NC needs to be preemptive on food safety

By Cindy Beamon

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Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler said he wants North Carolina to be one of the first states to test new federal food safety laws.

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