The US House of Representatives passed the FDA user fee bill last week with a vote of 387 to 5, reports MedPage Today. The Senate passed its own version of the bill in May. The bill reauthorizes the Medical Device User Fee Act that allows FDA to collect fees from companies to help pay for the review of medical devices. Representative Joe Pitts (R-Penn.) tells MassDevice that the user fee reauthorization act is "much better, I think we've got some real good reforms," and that "frankly, we talked to industry and a got a lot of our cues from them." MedPage Today adds that lawmakers plan to send the final version of the bill to President Barack Obama by July 4.