News Briefs: Senate Introduces User Fee Bill; Lawsuit Ends Over Conflict Minerals
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Senators try to shield FDA user fees from sequestration. Court rejects business groups’ challenge to conflict minerals reporting law. More news in brief
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