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State Microbead Bills Multiplying; PCPC Seeks Conformity With Illinois Ban

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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While a federal bill to ban microbeads in personal-care and OTC products may be reintroduced, state legislatures are taking up the issue this year at a rapid clip. The Personal Care Products Council is in support of state bills modeled after legislation passed last year in Illinois, which was endorsed by the Council of State Governments.

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