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To many observers, the words "predictably incoherent" describe well the fragmented network of rules and regulatory institutions that has grown up in the United States ove r the last century. 1 Hundreds of federal agencies collectively publish thousands of new regulations each year. 2 Federal responsibility for food safety rests in a dozen different regulatory agencies, operating under at least thirty-five different statutes. 3 At least eight major agencies are charged withdoi:10.2139/ssrn.332800 fatcat:um62ijhxbnftfkm54dgsh2b4tm