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‘California’s A Problem,’ But Prop 65 Preemption For Cosmetics Could Be Out Of Reach

Executive Summary

California is the poster child for regulation in excess of federal requirements, but the biggest challenges it poses to cosmetics companies will be difficult – if not impossible – to resolve via “national uniformity” provisions in legislation before Congress.


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