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Health Inspectors Crackdown on Chicago Eateries

Flora Lazar is just one of many chefs and restaurant owners feeling a bit of heat from city health inspectors. Monica Eng, a food and watchdog reporter for the Chicago Tribune, has been keeping an eye on the recent crack-downs. She talks more about the impact this is having on Chicago's culinary community.

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