Baldwin’s Win Bolsters Supplement Caucus In Senate
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Tammy Baldwin has been a supplement industry caucus member in the House and stakeholders plan to work with her in the Senate. Trade groups closely track the lame duck session of Congress for proposals that would threaten the supplement industry added to legislation to avoid the federal spending “fiscal cliff.”
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