House Commerce Committee FDA reform markup pushed back until after August recess.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
OTC/COSMETICS NATIONAL UNIFORMITY REMOVAL URGED BY SEN. FEINSTEIN in a July 16 letter to Labor & Human Resources Committee Chairman James Jeffords (R-Vt.), claiming that inclusion of the provision of the proposed FDA reform bill "would pre-empt California's very successful Proposition 65 as that state law applies to nonprescription drugs and cosmetics." Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) also opposes any expansion of the national uniformity language to foods.
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