In local news, a proposed bill has some Baltimore restaurateurs concerned. The proposed bill is to change the health inspection system to a “graded system”, and to publish a restaurants grade on their front doors. These grades would consist of excellent, good, fair, which is the lowest score without being shut down. Local restaurant owners are concerned in the fairness and consistency in the grading system from one inspector to another, as well as how frequent inspections should happen. Click on the below link to read the full story.
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