Cures Conversation Sweeping the Nation On the heels of an overwhelming vote in the House, the 21st Century Cures Act continues to garner praise across the country. Members from communities from coast-to-coast continue to share what the bill means to them, their constituents, families, and loved ones. Rep. Cresent Hardy in NEVADA:
Bipartisan Committee Leaders Continue Efforts to Hold Federal Agencies Accountable for Handling of Live AnthraxJuly 21, 2015 | ICYMI
In the wake of repeated blunders involving the handling and shipment of live anthrax, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is launching a “comprehensive review of how it regulates safety and security at bioterror labs,” The USA Today reports.
H.R. 6, the 21st Century Cures Act, was recently approved by an overwhelming vote of 344-77. The bill is the product of more than a year of listening to and working with experts from the Food and Drug Administration, National Institutes of Health, patients, and other leaders from across the country. Dr.
Big News: 21st Century Cures Act Overwhelmingly Approved By Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI)
Last week the House approved H.R. 6, the 21st Century Cures Act, to help patients all across America. The nonpartisan legislation remains in the national spotlight as it makes its way to the Senate just as local news outlets continue to highlight the profound effect this legislation will have in communities across the country:
The House of Representatives on Friday voted “overwhelmingly” in support of H.R. 6, the 21st Century Cures Act. Norm Ornstein explains in The Atlantic, “It happened because Chairman Upton and his Democratic partner on the bill, Colorado’s Diana DeGette, worked for months to find common ground, and did it the right way—through deliberation and give-and-take, and by bringing in other committee members, keeping them in the loop, and incorporating their ideas.