Kassebaum bill

Kassebaum bill

S 1477 A bill proposed by NL Kassebaum–R, Kan—that would expedite clinical investigation of new drugs, devices, and biologicals, and allow manufacturers to disseminate information on 'off-label' uses of drugs. See Biologicals, Off-label use.
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Reminiscent of President Ronald Reagan's New Federalism initiative in the early 1980s, the Kassebaum bill appeals to legislators and governors frustrated by the welfare waiver process on the one hand and the rising costs associated with Medicaid on the other.
Second, the recently passed Kennedy/ Kassebaum bill, guaranteeing workers who are between jobs the right to purchase insurance, succeeded as a bipartisan effort.