Senators Push Park Doctrine Prosecution For Spiked Supplement ‘Criminal Endeavors’
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Key industry allies say they are “deeply concerned” about “blatant criminal activity” in products marketed as supplements but containing anabolic steroids or other drugs. “Bring a few of these actions and you scare people into the idea that … you could actually go to jail,” says attorney Frederick Stearns.
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