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Congress Urged To Address OMB’s Expanded Role In Regulations, Guidance

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Government watchdog group OMB Watch is urging Congress to impede the implementation of an executive order that increases the administration's influence over regulations and guidance documents issued by FDA and other agencies

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