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NGOs’ Suit Against FDA Dismissed; No Standing In Formaldehyde Matter, Court Rules

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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“Injuries to an organization’s government lobbying and issue advocacy programs cannot be used to manufacture standing,” a D.C. district court judge asserts in his ruling against the Environmental Working Group and Women’s Voices for the Earth.

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