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US Bill To Radically Overhaul Cosmetics Regulations Passes Senate HELP Committee

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One voice emerged from the committee markup session as a potential cosmetics industry ally. In his opening remarks, ranking member Richard Burr, R-NC, said, “I worry that we’re rewarding bad behavior. Is this the time to expand FDA authority in any space, including diagnostic tests, cosmetics, and dietary supplements?”

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