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Exempting User Fees From Sequester Could Take Flight

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A bipartisan group of House Appropriations Committee members criticize the current policy of FDA user fee revenue being captured by the mandatory budget cuts. FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg says losing user fee revenue is “troubling” to the agency and the private sector.

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