Published on April 4, 2012 at 5:12 AM
The New York Times: White House And The FDA Often At Odds
The internal clashes over F.D.A. policy played out against a broader backdrop of regulatory politics. Republicans have made the charge that Mr. Obama is an overzealous and job-killing regulator -; a central element of their case against his re-election. And on issues from clean air to investor protections, the White House has been carefully calibrating its election season positions (Harris, 4/2).
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