Once again the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act passed the House of Representatives. That makes three times through the House and twice through the Senate. Now it goes to President Obama’s desk for signing into law.
In a surprise move Sunday evening, the Senate approved the Food Safety Modernization Act by unanimous consent. Now it goes back to the House – yep, one more time – then on to President Obama.
t’s dead for good. Despite passing both houses by wide margins of bi-partisan support, the controversy-laden Food Safety Modernization Act (S 510) has died, a victim of end-of-session Senate gridlock and a resurgent GOP that is perfectly happy to see nothing much get done before they take back the House of Representatives in a few weeks.
The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (S. 510) passed the House again. Now it’s headed back to the Senate, where they’ll discuss it some more and, hopefully, vote on it before the session is over.
The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (S.510) passed the Senate yesterday 73-25. The House passed their version this past summer. What now?
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