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National uniformity compromises can be reached, Sen. Kennedy says.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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NATIONAL UNIFORMITY: "FAIR OVERALL COMPROMISE IS STILL POSSIBLE," SEN. KENNEDY told Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Miss.) in floor remarks made July 31 prior to the August congressional recess. Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), the Labor & Human Resources Committee ranking minority member, suggested that "acceptable compromises can be reached" on the national uniformity provision that preempts states' authority to regulate cosmetics and OTCs. The clause is included in Sen. James Jeffords' (R-Vt.) FDA reform bill (S 830).
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