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Anti-Counterfeiting INFORM Consumers Act Cheered By Personal Care, Consumer Health Industries

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The Personal Care Products Council and the Consumer Healthcare Products Association say the INFORM Consumers Act’s inclusion in US Congress’ December 2022 omnibus spending package is a win for consumers and industry.

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