Last night, by unanimous consent, the Senate agreed to the version of S. 386 that was passed by the House of Representatives last week. See FraudMail Alert Nos. 09-05-13; 09-05-06; 09-04- 30. The Senate concurred in the House amendments to S. 386, and added only one minor amendment that was unrelated to the False Claims Act ("FCA") amendments in the bill. Now, S. 386 returns to the House for its approval of the Senate's amendment. Assuming the House approves the amendment, S. 386 will be sent to the President, who has indicated that he intends to sign it.
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