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Bipartisan FDA reform bill may be acceptable to President Clinton.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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BIPARTISAN FDA REFORM BILL MAY BE ACCEPTABLE TO PRESIDENT CLINTON and stands a reasonably good chance of being signed into law, White House advisors indicate. The President's plan to veto a product liability measure (HR 956) that enjoyed support from both parties could actually work in favor of FDA reform legislation by increasing the pressure on Clinton to sign a bill and demonstrate in an election year that the government can enact legislation.
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