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FDA Seeks $19 Mil. From Cosmetics Firms In User-Fee-Heavy 2014 Budget

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Collecting user fees from cosmetics manufacturers to the tune of $19 million would help “improve FDA’s capacity to promote greater safety and understanding of cosmetic products,” the agency says. FDA submitted a similar proposal last year and will be up against challenges again in securing the necessary legislation.


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