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FDA appropriations

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

House Appropriations Committee adds almost $5.9 mil. to FDA's fiscal year 2006 budget during a markup of the Agriculture Appropriations bill May 25. Additional funding would be used for drug safety efforts and for FDA's review of direct-to-consumer advertisements. Under the bill, FDA's 2006 budget would total $1.48 bil., which represents a $36 mil. increase over the FY 2005 level but falls $14 mil. short of President Bush's budget request. Legislation includes amendment attached by the Agriculture Subcommittee that would withhold 5% of funds from FDA's central offices until the head of the agency testifies before the panel on the President's budget request. Bill will be addressed on the House floor following a one-week Memorial Day recess. The Senate Appropriations/Agriculture Subcommittee has not yet marked up a bill...



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