DeLauro Presses Hamburg On FDA’s Reagan-Udall Funding
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
No funds have been transferred to the foundation and no decision has been made about how much, FDA Commissioner Hamburg says, but DeLauro asks why Reagan-Udall should receive guaranteed funds, when other foundations and nonprofits have to compete.
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