In Brief: Senate FDA reform
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Senate FDA reform: Sen. Judd Gregg staffer indicates that the New Hampshire Republican's food health claims amendment to Sen. Nancy Kassebaum's (R-Kan.) FDA reform bill indirectly covers dietary supplements. A provision specifically pertaining to dietary supplements was struck from the original language of the amendment prior to mark-up of the bill ("The Tan Sheet" April 8, p. 11). A Senate GOP staffer says the change in language, and the resulting confusion, was merely to resolve a technical issue...
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