Appropriations agriculture subcommittee chairwoman Rosa DeLauro has no problem cutting funding to promote the Critical Path initiative. Perhaps it was to make room for about $24.5 million worth of earmarks for her district. That includes about " $400,000 for Connecticut oyster fisheries. DeLauro, who is a member of the Commerce, Justice and Science Subcommittee, received $4.9 million in earmarks in one bill (Agriculture) alone, the "" including $500,000 for the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science Cold Case Center at the University of New Haven. " That's the same amount and the same bill from which she cut out money for FDA's Critical Path foundation.
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