Many of us have favorite restaurants we like to frequent, but what we may not know is the last time those restaurants were inspected by the health department, or how they did.
Some people think the system needs to be changed so that customers have a better idea of how safe restaurants are.
KKTV 11 Call for Action anchor Betty Sexton took a look at the current system, and how changes could make a difference for customers of some popular restaurants.
Watch the video above for more details.
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