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Energy Drink Concerns Could Tilt Congress Toward DSHEA Changes

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Supplement industry stakeholders see deaths reported in energy drinks AERs as a potential rallying point for Capitol Hill to consider tightening oversight of the industry. Senators Durbin and Blumenthal question FDA’s investigation of the deaths and ask for more action by the agency.

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