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Omnibus bill clears Senate

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Amendment that would allocate $10 mil. in FDA funding "for the continuance of methamphetamine reduction efforts" passes Senate by voice vote Jan. 23. Proposed by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), amendment is one of more than 200 considered by upper chamber before it passed omnibus spending package (H J Res 2) the same day in a 69-29 vote. Measure would provide FDA with $1.63 bil. in FY 2003, of which $412.4 mil. would be allocated to CFSAN, $426.2 mil. to CDER. NCCAM would receive $114.1 mil., roughly $9 mil. above House-approved level. Next step is conference with lower chamber, which passed its omnibus package Jan. 8; Hill sources say conference process could be resolved by the Presidents' Day recess, although Congress faces "tremendous hurdles"...
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