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House Cosmetic Bills Conflict On Preemption, Cast PCPSA As Compromise

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Tucker Ellis attorney Ronie Schmelz discusses preemption language in the discussion draft from New Jersey congressmen Frank Pallone and Leonard Lance, which actually just confirms that state regulations could continue unchecked. The proposal could identify the Personal Care Products Safety Act in the Senate as the compromise between no preemption and the blanket preemption clause in another House draft bill.

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