FDA CME POLICY EXPEDITED PROCEEDINGS COULD BE ORDERED IN WLF v. KESSLER ET AL.; JUDGE LAMBERTH UNDERLINES IMPORTANCE OF FIRST AMENDMENT ISSUES IN THE CASE
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryViolations of the First Amendment alleged by the Washington Legal Foundation in its citizen petition and lawsuit against FDA should receive expedited review by the agency, Judge Royce Lamberth said in a Feb. 14 Washington, D.C. federal court hearing. At the hearing, Lamberth considered FDA's motion to dismiss the suit and took the case under advisement.
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