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  • "The increasing number of reports of serious health issues stemming from the use of dangerous chemicals in beauty products ... proves that there is a need to protect both the safety of consumers as well as the safety of workers from harmful exposure," she said in a statement. "Unfortunately, the FDA does not have sufficient authority to monitor and regulate the use of toxic chemicals in cosmetic products."

    Bill would give FDA more regulation of chemicals in cosmetics →

  • Rep. Janice D. Schakowsky said she will reintroduce the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010, which would give the Food and Drug Administration more authority to regulate chemicals in the products and require manufacturers to disclose ingredients, among other things.

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