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In Brief: Alternate Cosmetics Bill Pushed Back; ECHA Finds Unapproved Animal Tests; More

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

An awaited alternative to the controversial Personal Care Products Safety Act is now expected to emerge after Congress's summer recess, ICMAD President Pam Busiek says. More news in brief.

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