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CSC: Feinstein Bill Needs Stronger Safety Standard, Fragrance Disclosure

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Campaign for Safe Cosmetics co-founder Janet Nudelman characterizes the proposed Personal Care Products Safety Act as “a really good bill with a few fatal flaws.” The legislation’s ingredient safety standards are “weak,” there remains a need for mandatory fragrance disclosure and in light of the bill’s perceived shortcomings, CSC is leery of its federal-preemption component, she told “The Rose Sheet.”

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