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Sweeping Change At FTC May Sweep Away RCT Standard For Health Claims

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Confirmations by the Senate mark FTC ’s first-ever complete leadership turnover at once and fill out the roster for the first time since President Trump’s election in 2016. The agency has been operating with two commissioners since soon after the election.

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