The law could be at odds with new federal regulations on the issue.
His comments exposed the moral hypocrisy of the anti-choice movement.
Medical schools say the subpoenas raise "significant concerns."
The group Public Citizen found that drug company settlements dropped off in 2014 and 2015.
"Do you realize that that's just a big joke?" he added.
The FDA worked to speed up its review of the test as part of its response to the outbreak.
Republicans are targeting another program they say is receiving unlawful payments.
The request signals the court may be looking for a way out of a 4-4 ruling.
Without funding, the administration’s new actions are limited.
The organization said its facilities remain open and operational and that no data was taken.
The association plans to pitch the pharmaceutical industry's policy agenda.
The support could provide momentum for Joe Biden's push.
The virus is expected to ramp up as warmer weather arrives.
WHO has declared an end to the virus as a public health emergency.
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Thinking beyond medical specialties can save lives while saving money.
The new policy allows women to take the pill for up to 10 weeks into a pregnancy.
Recent funding cuts have compromised biosecurity initiatives.
Obama said the problem until recently was seen as a "poor and minority" problem.
More cases are likely to occur, but there is low risk of a wider outbreak.
The group has already indicated it will take the issue to court.
The administration is pushing for states to expand Medicaid to fight rising opioid use.
Drinkable water could be in sight for residents of Flint.
Projections for 2016 were lowered by about 1 million people.