As health officials warn of crisis, Congress’s Zika fight is prolonged by a sense of apathy

(By Dylan Scott for STAT)

WASHINGTON — Seven months after President Obama first requested emergency funding1 to respond to the Zika crisis, an end to the congressional impasse2 over the money might finally be in sight. But first, the partisan politics are likely to stew for a little while longer. Continue reading article here……

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