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  • The account would be run by an independent third-party entity, Mr. Burton said, and would run into "the billions of dollars," although he wouldn't give a specific amount.

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  • For instance, Mr. Burton said, Mr. Obama will address both worker safety and food safety "to make sure the American people know we're doing everything we can and we're monitoring in each and every place possible."

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