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Bush’s Addition To 2009 Request Undermines Immediate FDA Needs – Specter

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Senate Appropriations Committee member Arlen Specter says President Bush's request to add $275 million to FDA's fiscal 2009 budget request undermines efforts to increase current funding

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