Lacking A New Budget Cap, Senate Panel Passes $2.8Bn Funding Bill For FDA
The Senate Appropriations Committee, forced to adhere to 2017 spending rules due to an impasse between the president and Congress, approved an Agriculture/FDA spending bill that would give FDA $2.8bn in discretionary dollars for 2018.
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