The cafeteria in the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg has reopened after being shuttered for more than two weeks because of rodent infestation and more than a dozen other health code violations. Before the inspection on December 17 that discovered the violations, the popular coffee and lunch spot on the ground floor of the Capitol had not been inspected since 2005 despite a state law requiring all foodservice operations to be checked annually. Apparently, the lapse was caused by a dispute ...

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