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Over-Legislating On Opioids? US FDA May Get New Authorities And Unwanted Tasks

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In the face of the overwhelming opioid abuse epidemic, it is hard to argue against doing more. But, at least when it comes to some of the FDA-related bills pending, there is a good argument that Congress is in danger of over-legislating.

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