The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is aiming to make it harder for restaurants to score high on health inspections, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports. According to a report sent Tuesday to the County Board of Supervisors for review, health officials want to make changes to the current, 17-year-old grading system which allows restaurants to get an “A” even when they’ve been closed for inspections or face two major violations.

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