‘Coalition’ Of States Pick Up Scent Of Herbal Supplement Investigation
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Connecticut, Indiana and Puerto Rico, “representing nearly 50 million Americans,” want to “ensure that herbal supplement manufacturers and retailers comply with the law,” New York AG Schneiderman says. Supplement industry stakeholders suspected other states would follow the New York investigation.
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