Curb Enforcement 'Hammer' With Better Self-Regulation, Indiana AG Urges Supplement Firms
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
"I'm a big advocate of industry self-regulation. Government is kind of a blunt instrument," Indiana AG Greg Zoeller says before speaking at a conference on supplement industry regulation. He says increased supply chain integrity is needed because "there's a lot of, 'We tested a little bit of it but then we didn't test'."
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