Revised FDA Bill Would Cut Deficit by $370 Million

House Republicans have changed their Food and Drug Administration bill enough to get a positive score from the Congressional Budget Office.

The FDA bill is set for a floor vote this week. A new CBO analysis says the amended bill would reduce the deficit by $370 million over the next decade. The version that passed the Energy and Commerce Committee earlier this month would have added nearly $250 million to the deficit, according to CBO.

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Source: The Hill