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FTC's Consent Orders Chill Speech In Industry, Emord Petition Says

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Federal Trade Commission's recently adopted requirements for substantiating health claims for dietary supplements have a chilling effect on free speech and violate statutory and constitutional regulations, a petition to the agency says.
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