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Repeal of "safe harbor" exemption for foods, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices is effective as of Dec. 16. The exemption, adopted by California as an interim measure in February 1988, was challenged in the lawsuit AFL-CIO, et al. v. George Deukmejian, et al., also known as "Duke II." An out-of-court settlement of that litigation called for the exemption to be repealed by July 1, 1993
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