The Senate Health Committee is forming a working group to tackle the rising rates of prescription drug abuse, as the fight wages on over a controversial painkiller the Food and Drug Administration approved last year.
The FDA approved Zohydro last year, but Massachusetts bans it.
“I don’t know who his clients are, or what his perspective is," Pelosi said.
Rep. Henry Waxman said new rules would ease concerns on potential dangers of generic drugs.
Lawmaker says electronic cigarette industry resurrecting big tobacco's "Joe Camel" tactics.
"You're gonna have people die," Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) said.
Liberal justices rushed to defend the law, while conservatives argued against it.
A new rule is designed to help people find and keep jobs and advance in their companies.
The Speaker called the policy a "terrible burden" on religious Americans.
Lawmakers are pushing for the approval of products that are in wide use in other countries.