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FDA Will Have To Scrape By On Continuing Resolution Funding Through December, Legislative Experts Predict

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While a government agency shutdown due to lack of agreement between Congress and the Trump administration over funding for the US Food and Drug Administration and other federal agencies seems less likely this year than last, the FDA will still have carry out its 2020 mission in the short term on 2019 continuing resolution funding – probably through December – legislative experts say.

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