FY 2010 appropriations signed
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryPresident Obama Oct. 21 signs into law a fiscal 2010 appropriations bill with $2.36 billion in direct funding for FDA - $7 million more than the president's request and a $306 million increase from the agency's 2009 direct appropriation. H.R. 2997, which passed Congress Oct. 8, also approves the collection of $893 million in industry user fees for FDA, adding to the agency's total funding
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