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FDA HEALTH CLAIMS FIRST AMENDMENT CHALLENGES WILL PROCEED

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA HEALTH CLAIMS FIRST AMENDMENT CHALLENGES WILL PROCEED despite passage of the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act (S784) Oct. 25. The four-year period in which Nutrition Labeling & Education Act health claim regs will apply to dietary supplements under the new law still is unacceptable to the two parties challenging the constitutionality of FDA's Jan. 4, 1994 final rule in the Ninth Circuit Court of San Francisco and the Tenth Circuit Court of Denver, according to Washington D.C.-based attorney Jonathan Emord who represents both sets of plaintiffs.
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