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WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor, has joined a bipartisan effort to ensure adequate drugs are available in the U.S.
With the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning about drug shortages due to coronavirus impacting China, a congressman from the Sunshine State is backing U.S. Rep. Scott Peters’, D-Calif., “Preventing Drug Shortages Act.”
As health care providers become increasingly concerned by the potential effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on drug supplies, several members of the House of Representatives have introduced the bipartisan Preventing Drug Shortages Act.
Three California congressmen who represent districts with military bases that received evacuees from China said Saturday that federal health officials failed to provide a "timely briefing" on their response to coronavirus.
Alex M. Azar II, the health secretary, raised the prospect of invoking a Korean War-era law to expand production of materials for national security purposes in a potential coronavirus outbreak.
Proposed November ballot measure would let voters to rank candidates, possibly reducing polarized politics
F-35 jet will be the most advanced strike fighter, but community members are concerned about possible noise.
SAN DIEGO — A new breed of fighter jets arrived at MCAS Miramar, but it brings noise concerns for the people who live near the flight path in the Mira Mesa, Scripps Ranch and UTC areas.
While many of us may remember and may have even participated in the climate strike that was held on campus and worldwide back in September, the harsh reality is that it is easy for an issue like climate change to sink to the back of our minds after the fact. Typically people are not directly affected by climate change; thus, there is no tangible evidence to remind them.
As 2020 begins, the biogas industry has a new pair of tax credits to drive project development. The credits can be used for projects that will be developed this year or started operation during the last two years when these credits were expired. This marks a major step forward for the biogas industry which has been at a significant competitive disadvantage due to inequities in the U.S.
Two Democrats and two Republicans introduced legislation last night in the U.S. House of Representatives to phase down hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)—the powerful heat-trapping chemicals used in air conditioning, refrigeration, and other products—and replace them with climate-friendlier alternatives.