CHICAGO The U.S. attorney’s office here said it was providing state health officials with the names of several hundred food handlers who allegedly bought food-safety sanitation certificates from two former health department inspectors. The office said it has charged the two with selling the certifications for $300 to $400 per person. One of the defendants, Robert Henry, would steer restaurant, grocery and on-site kitchen workers to his co-defendant, Maryanne Koll, a retired inspector ...
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