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House Cosmetics Bill Reintroduced; ICMAD Optimistic In New Political Climate

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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With President-Elect Trump headed for the Oval Office and the GOP controlling both houses of Congress, the small-business trade group believes Republican Congressman Pete Sessions’ Safe Cosmetics Modernization Act could get a more earnest look this year. Reintroduced today, the bill proposes comprehensive federal preemption to ensure national uniformity in cosmetic regulations.

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