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Rep. Pallone Has Cosmetics Concerns, Possibly Coming To A Storefront Near You

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Standing in front of a Claire's store in his home state, the New Jersey Democrat asked FDA Feb. 2 to investigate reports of asbestos-contaminated children's makeup products and provide a briefing on the issue and broader cosmetic safety concerns by Feb. 22.

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