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Labor/HHS appropriations

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Bill providing NIH funding for fiscal 2002 awaits President Bush's signature following rush by Congress to pass measure before year-end recess. House approved conference report Dec. 19 in 393-30 vote; Senate passed bill 90-7 on Dec. 20. Legislation gives NIH total program level budget of $22.89 bil. for FY 2002, marking a $2.79 bil. (or 14%) increase over fiscal 2001...

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