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New Food And Drug User Fees Face Long Odds In Congress

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA’s $4.7 billion fiscal 2014 budget request proposes new fees including $58.9 million from food establishment registrations and inspections, $19.1 million from cosmetics firms and $15.04 million from medical product reinspections.

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