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Congressional Energy Drink Report Pushes Voluntary Industry Actions

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Legislators want energy drink makers to rein in their marketing and labeling practices, while pressing FDA and FTC to use existing regulatory authority against the products. History suggests legislation in this area would be hard-pressed to gain traction.

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