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Product tampering

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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"Stamping, printing, placing or inserting any writing" in or on a consumer product or its container would be prohibited, unless the product manufacturer or retailer consents, under N.J. Assembly bill No. 863, introduced by Richard Bagger (R). The bill was amended on the Assembly floor March 16 and defines consumer products, in part, as a "cosmetic, drug or food product." Capitol Hill recently has been investigating product tampering as well; the House Judiciary/Intellectual Property Subcommittee marked up anti-tampering legislation March 23 and Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) introduced a companion measure on Feb. 24
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