HELP Committee Leaders Aim To Prevent Controversial Add-Ons To User Fee Bill
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Members of the Senate HELP Committee expressed concerns that potential riders added to the FDA user fee bill could slow down passage and add more work for FDA staff.
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