President George W. Bush nominated Food and Drug Administration Acting Commissioner Dr. Andrew C. von Eschenbach to lead the agency, but some Democrats vow to stall a confirmation vote until the FDA decides the fate of the Plan B emergency contraceptive. Observers say the political fight over whether to approve an over-the-counter application for the drug could force von Eschenbach's nomination into limbo for the rest of Bush's term.

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