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Wildcard President Trump And The Prospects For Cosmetics Reg Reform

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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EWG maintains that “the result of the election has no effect whatsoever on the need for cosmetics reform,” but it remains to be seen how legislative proposals for increased oversight would be received by the president-elect, who has outlined plans for dramatically cutting perceived overregulation. Meanwhile, new leadership is likely to be appointed at FDA, and hopes dwindle regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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