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CARB Survey Proposal Will Result In Category Confusion – J&J

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Inferences drawn from the California Air Resources Board's proposed 2003 Consumer & Commercial Products Survey will be biased based upon the categories companies choose to classify their products, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products division says in comments to the agency Sept. 7

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