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Hair care diversion

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Oklahoma retail chains cease carrying Matrix salon hair care products following the passage of anti-counterfeiting legislation in the state, Bristol-Myers Squibb said. The new law, which went into effect July 31, prohibits unauthorized retailers from selling certain products, including beauty items and OTCs, without the consent of the manufacturer. Drug Mart and Drug Warehouse were among those chains that removed the Matrix brand. SB 589 was signed by Gov. Frank Keating (R) April 5. In a similar vein, BMS recently conducted a sweep of Indiana flea markets looking for unauthorized hair care products. A law prohibiting such sales was signed May 3 (1"The Rose Sheet" May 10, In Brief)
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