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Feinstein Bill Lacks ‘Crucial’ National Uniformity Assurance – ICMAD

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Small-business trade group the Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors says the Personal Care Products Safety Act would place an undue burden on small businesses and fails to address national uniformity issues. In an interview with “The Rose Sheet,” ICMAD President and CEO Pam Busiek discussed the group’s opposition to the bill and suggested that 2012’s Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act would have been a better starting point for legislation.

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