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WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has been without a permanent leader for 10 months in large part because of the Senate confirmation process. Key Democrats have voiced public complaints about nearly every potential agency leader, including longtime agency veteran and acting commissioner Janet Woodcock.

Robert Califf isn’t going to have any easier of a time if he gets the nod.

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