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Nearly 9% FY 2019 Increase For FDA In Shutdown-Averting Appropriations Bill

Executive Summary

Consolidated Appropriations Act gives FDA $5.58bn overall, 8.7% more than allocated in FY 2018. FDA received $268.8m in additional budget authority and $178.3m in additional user fee funds. FY 2019 funding would have lapsed Feb. 16 and another government shutdown would have started if President Trump didn't sign the bill on Feb. 15.


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