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July 26, 2004

More on the FDA preemption question

On the question of whether FDA labeling requirements should preempt state tort law claims, which Michael Krauss raised this morning (welcome to the Forum Michael!), my Manhattan Institute colleague Bob Goldberg had this to say in today's Washington Times.

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