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Restaurant inspection changes

FLORIDA   --   How clean is your favorite restaurant?
There's a bill on the table to cut back on how often restaurants are inspected --

So that health inspectors can focus on restaurants they think might have more problems than most.
Here at Magnolia Grill in downtown Fort Walton Beach, the trick to staying up to par, starts right here in the kitchen

Owner Tom Rice has been in the restaurant business since he was a teenager.
He's heard plenty of horror stories from others about the things found lurking in poorly-graded restaurants.

It's a constant chore to keep everything clean and sanitized. Not just for the health and well-being of customers, but because inspectors can come at anytime

"That bottle of bleach and some water and people healthy"
This bill passed the House and is on its way to the senate. If it passes there, it'll end up on the governor's desk.