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NIH funding

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Senate Appropriations Committee approves FY 2001 Labor/HHS funding in unanimous vote May 11. Agency is provided with $20.5 bil., $2.7 bil. over FY 2000 and $1.7 bil. over President Clinton's request. The House version sets $18.8 bil. budget for NIH in FY 2001, a $1 bil. increase over FY 2000; House approps were in line with the president's request

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Agriculture appropriations bill providing funding for FDA and the WIC nutrition program (HR 4461) will likely be paired with the transportation spending bill (HR 4475) to expedite passage, but a final decision is still up in the air, according to the House Appropriations Committee. Separately, the House passed a continuing resolution Sept. 26 to keep the government operating until Oct. 6 pending completion of 11 FY 2001 spending measures, including the Labor/HHS bill, which contains funding for the National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine and the Office of Dietary Supplements. The Senate version allocates $20.5 bil. to NIH, while the House set funding at $18.8 bil. (1"The Tan Sheet" May 15, In Brief)

Appropriations

Agriculture appropriations bill providing funding for FDA and the WIC nutrition program (HR 4461) will likely be paired with the transportation spending bill (HR 4475) to expedite passage, but a final decision is still up in the air, according to the House Appropriations Committee. Separately, the House passed a continuing resolution Sept. 26 to keep the government operating until Oct. 6 pending completion of 11 FY 2001 spending measures, including the Labor/HHS bill, which contains funding for the National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine and the Office of Dietary Supplements. The Senate version allocates $20.5 bil. to NIH, while the House set funding at $18.8 bil. (1"The Tan Sheet" May 15, In Brief)

Appropriations

Agriculture appropriations bill providing funding for FDA and the WIC nutrition program (HR 4461) will likely be paired with the transportation spending bill (HR 4475) to expedite passage, but a final decision is still up in the air, according to the House Appropriations Committee. Separately, the House passed a continuing resolution Sept. 26 to keep the government operating until Oct. 6 pending completion of 11 FY 2001 spending measures, including the Labor/HHS bill, which contains funding for the National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine and the Office of Dietary Supplements. The Senate version allocates $20.5 bil. to NIH, while the House set funding at $18.8 bil. (1"The Tan Sheet" May 15, In Brief)

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