HATCH/HARKIN DIETARY SUPPLEMENT LEGISLATION CLEARS SENATE
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
HATCH/HARKIN DIETARY SUPPLEMENT LEGISLATION CLEARS SENATE by unanimous consent during a special Saturday session on Aug. 13. The bill that passed the Senate contains several changes from the substitute version of Sen. Orrin Hatch's (R-Utah) original Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act (S 784) that cleared the Senate Labor & Human Resources Committee on May 11 ("The Tan Sheet" May 16, p. 1), including provisions related to third-party literature and the applicability of FDA's Nutrition Labeling & Education Act regs for dietary supplement health claims.
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