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Supreme Court Asked To Consider Pre-emption In Drug Vs. Cosmetic Litigation

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Supreme Court asks the Solicitor General for an amicus in a case examining whether FDA regulation pre-empts state litigation on the cosmetics/drugs regulatory divide. The case could have implications for the personal care industry as states increasingly claim oversight by clarifying FDA’s division between drugs and cosmetics.

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