FDA Approval Labeling Act
Passed House under suspension of rules June 24. The bill (H.R. 22440 would require mfrs. to use the statement "FDA approved" in drug labeling. The measure will be referred to the Senate Labor & Human Resources Cmte., which reportedly has reservations about the bill in its current form. A similar bill passed the House last year.
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