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Toxic Free Cosmetics Act Underscores Question: Who Should Regulate US Market, FDA Or California?

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Between the Safe Cosmetics Act, Cruelty Free Cosmetics Act, Safer Consumer Products, Prop 65 and now the proposed Toxic Free Cosmetics Act, California seems increasingly intent on setting the bar nationwide for cosmetics safety, testing and labeling requirements. The Environmental Working Group and other NGOs are by no means opposed.

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