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“Carcinogen-Free” Labeling Bill Could Impact Cosmetics Industry

Executive Summary

A new bill, the Carcinogen-Free Label Act of 2012, proposes a voluntary labeling system for “carcinogen-free” products, which could help consumers avoid exposure to ingredients with suspected links to cancer. Cosmetics would be eligible for the program under the bill, which was introduced Nov 16 by Florida Democratic rep Ted Deutch.


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