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California Lawmaker Wants To Beef Up Safe Cosmetics Program

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AB 495, introduced Feb. 12 by Democratic Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi, is sparse on details, but expresses legislative intent to improve the oversight of “harmful cosmetics,” ostensibly by amending the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2005.

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