House Cosmetics Bill Imminent With Small – And Big – Business Support
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
A second bill to enhance FDA's oversight of the cosmetics industry is expected to be introduced in the next few weeks, according to Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors President and CEO Pam Busiek. The bill will launch in the House – likely with bipartisan support – and be modeled after 2012's Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act, she said.
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