Senators Criticize Suggested Cuts in Anti-bioterrorism Funds



Disturbing that such cuts are even being considered.

Seventeen senators have signed a letter denouncing an effort to cut billions in funds for drugs and vaccines intended to thwart bioterrorism according to this report in the Los Angeles Times.

At issue is a House budget bill that would cut up to $2 billion from the Project BioShield special reserve fund to buy drugs and vaccines in the event of a biological attack.

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