WAXMAN COMPROMISE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT BILL CLEARS HOUSE
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
WAXMAN COMPROMISE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT BILL CLEARS HOUSE Oct. 7 by unanimous consent. At press time, the compromise bill was expected to be offered as a substitute for the Hatch/Harkin bill (S 784) on the Senate floor before Congress recessed on Oct. 8 or 9.
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