NEW YORK —Repercussions from the recent rat rampage at a KFC/Taco Bell outlet here were being felt well beyond the city limits after a high-ranking lawmaker proposed that New York state adopt a uniform letter-grading system he says would simplify health inspection scores for customers. State Senate minority leader Jeffrey Klein, D-Bronx/Westchester, introduced a bill directing health inspectors across New York to award a letter grade of ...
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