FDA’s Sequestered User Fees From FY 2013 Likely Gone, But FY 2014 Fees Could Be Exempted
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Rep. Farr says Congressional Budget Office scoring problems could not be overcome, meaning FY 2013 FDA user fees lost to sequester may not be recovered, but amendment will be proposed to ensure FY 2014 fees are not lost in the upcoming appropriations bill.
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