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Washington In Brief

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Burton gets subcommittee chair: Former House Government Reform Committee Chair Dan Burton (R-Ind.) named to oversee newly created Subcommittee on Wellness & Human Rights, Committee Chair Tom Davis (R-Va.) announces Jan. 31. Subcommittee will address issues concerning public health policy, human rights and family health, according to Davis' office. Votes to confirm the subcommittee and chairman appointment will be taken when the full Government Reform Committee convenes, possibly the week of Feb. 10. In his new position, Burton likely will revisit dietary supplement-related issues, which were the subject of frequent hearings during his tenure as full committee chair...

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