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Reps Threaten Legislation To Align NDI Guidance With DSHEA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The letter from the office of caucus co-chair Rep. Burton says the House members contacted FDA following the agency’s “dismissal” of a Senate request to withdraw or revise the NDI draft guidance. Rep. Ron Paul, a candidate for the GOP nomination for president, also signed the letter.

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