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State officials have the industry on their agenda

With Washington trapped in political paralysis, state lawmakers may be a bigger threat than federal regulators.

On Capitol Hill, as the Republican-led Congress works to reform healthcare, cut taxes and bolster defense spending, the chance of dietary supplements catching lawmakers’ attention is slim. However, state legislators in the liberal-leaning Northeast have introduced several bills this year that have alarmed the supplement industry.

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