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Continuing Resolution Passage Means FDA Funds Stuck At 2019 Levels Through November

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The US Senate and House have both approved continuing resolution bills that President Trump is expected to sign shortly to keep the federal government running through 21 November – but that means that the FDA will be stuck at its 2019 funding level until then.

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