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FDA $6.1Bn Budget Proposal Includes $28M From OTC Monograph User Fees

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White House budget request published March 11 proposes a $643m increase in FDA's total FY 2020 funding, with $281m of the increase from FY 2019 in user fees and $362m from the agency's budget authority. Request includes OTC monograph user fees again, increased by $6m.

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