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Pre-emption Limits Survive Congress, But Will Face Supreme Court

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The FDA reauthorization law signed by President Bush Sept. 27 includes provisions intended to sustain limits on federal pre-emption, but the concept is challenged in several ongoing cases that could reach the Supreme Court in coming sessions

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