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What is a docket? How do I submit comments to a docket? How do I find comments submitted to a docket?

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FDA maintains a docket—a public record of proposed regulations or other actions—related to the agency’s regulation of products. FDA encourages public participation in the federal rulemaking process by allowing you to view and comment on proposed actions. FDA considers these comments when it draws up a final rule, or regulation.

See the instructions to find out how to view FDA’s proposals, submit comments on a docket, or view comments others have submitted.

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