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Here are the Florida Republicans who voted against the bill to ease baby formula shortage

The Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act, which passed 231 to 192 (mostly on party lines).

By Colin Wolf

On Wednesday, 192 House Republicans voted against a $28 million emergency funding bill to address the nation's baby formula shortage, and 15 of them represent Florida. The Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act, which passed 231-192 (mostly on party lines), would provide bare minimum funding to help increase inspectors at the Food and Drug Administration, and would essentially accelerate the approval process so manufacturers can get formula on shelves faster...

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