'Tamale Bill' revisited: Lawmakers try to soften rules on selling homemade foods

The so-called ‘tamale bill’ allowing home cooks to sell their food without submitting to State Health Department inspections had bipartisan support until Gov. Hobbs vetoed it, citing concerns about health and safety.

The so-called ‘tamale bill’ allowing home cooks to sell their food without submitting to State Health Department inspections had bipartisan support until Gov. Hobbs vetoed it, citing concerns about health and safety.

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