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Cleaning Product Bills' Fate Could Bear On Cosmetic Disclosure Efforts

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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If proposed cleaning product "right to know" legislation were to pass in California or US Congress, it could put new wind in NGOs' sails, powering efforts to unmask fragrance ingredients and contaminants lurking in cosmetics.

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