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Senate HELP To Hear From Stakeholders In Changed Cosmetics Industry

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Since 2012 when a House committee held the last cosmetics hearing, industry generally has warmed to – or resigned itself to – legislative proposals to update the cosmetics regulatory system. However, there is still not consensus on the details among big business, SMEs and consumer advocates, all of which will be represented at the Senate HELP Committee’s witness table.

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