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Connecticut flea markets

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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SB 1103 becomes public act without reference to cosmetics May 27. As introduced by the Joint Committee on General Law Feb. 10, the language would have restricted the sale of cosmetics, drugs, devices and baby food in flea markets ("The Rose Sheet" Feb. 10, In Brief). A substitute bill unanimously approved by the General Law Committee March 25 limited the bill's scope to drugs
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