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Surprise Hatch Bill Lays Middle Ground For Cosmetic Regulatory Reform

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, introduces the FDA Cosmetic Safety and Modernization Act with the Personal Care Products Council's backing. The Environmental Working Group is opposed to the proposal, which falls considerably short of the draft Personal Care Products Safety Act, but the bill could unite big and small business, which were divided in the previous Congress with respect to regulatory reform legislation.

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