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‘California’s A Problem,’ But Prop 65 Preemption For Cosmetics Could Be Out Of Reach

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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California is the poster child for regulation in excess of federal requirements, but the biggest challenges it poses to cosmetics companies will be difficult – if not impossible – to resolve via “national uniformity” provisions in legislation before Congress.

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