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The White House's $6.2 billion emergency Ebola funding request got its first hearing in Congress today.
The administration today asked Congress for $6.18 billion in emergency funds.
Hospital executive faced tough questions from Congress about speed bumps in the response to the quickly evolving Ebola situation.
The multipronged attack includes an executive order, a national strategy, and a detailed PCAST report.
Overall funding for fiscal year 2014 will be $840 million — a $76 million cut.
Officials offer few details on what exaclty the 30-nation "Global Health Security Agenda" involves.
The bill provides increases for the CDC, DHS, and FDA and funds for pandemic readiness.
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