Senate HELP Draft For Cosmetics Reform Does Not Go Far Enough – NGOs
A coalition of businesses and advocacy groups including Breast Cancer Prevention Partners, Black Women for Wellness, and Women’s Voices for the Earth believes the Senate HELP Committee’s discussion draft for modernizing US cosmetics regulation should do more to protect communities of color and professional salon workers, and preemption language should be nixed altogether.
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