US Cosmetics Reform Talks To Resume In 2021 After COVID Derailing, Anti-Regulation Trump
Efforts to modernize US cosmetics regulations fell short in the 116th Congress as lawmakers swung their focus to COVID-19, but industry expects a resumption of discussions in the next term, even as pandemic relief and recovery remains top priority.
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