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N.J. anti-tampering bill

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Adding unauthorized writing to the labeling of consumer products - including drugs, dietary supplements and cosmetics - is punishable as a "disorderly persons offense" in New Jersey under bill signed by Gov. Christine Todd Whitman (R) Nov. 13. Sponsored by Assemblyman Richard Bagger (R), AB 863 applies to "any person who stamps, prints, places or inserts any writing in or on a consumer product offered for sale or the box, package or other container"
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