HOUSE COMMERCE COMMITTEE DELAYS FDA REFORM MARK-UP TO NEGOTIATE WITH ADMINISTRATION; SENS. KENNEDY & PRYOR REITERATE OPPOSITION TO SENATE BILL
House Commerce/Health Subcommittee mark-up of FDA reform legislation has been delayed until the last week of July to allow negotiations with the Clinton Administration in a final effort to forge consensus legislation.
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