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Congress Targets Sequester-Proof User Fees For FDA

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Rep. Sam Farr says Congressional Budget Office scoring problems prevent releasing FDA’s fiscal 2013 user fees from being held in the budget sequester, but an amendment will be proposed to ensure the agency’s fiscal 2014 fees are included in its appropriations.

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