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Pallone Targets September For House Cosmetics Bill, Hearing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

With WEN safety issues still weighing on his mind, Congressman Frank Pallone aims to unveil his planned cosmetics legislation in September and push for a public hearing. Safe-cosmetics champion Stacy Malkan and New York Times reporter Eric Lipton joined Pallone August 17 for an NPR panel on “The Battle to Regulate Cosmetics.”

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