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FDA Stirs Debate Over Labeling Authority With Sugar Rule

May 25, 2016, Law360

Miriam Guggenheim is quoted in a Law360 article regarding the FDA’s new rule requiring companies to include information about added sugars on nutrition labels. According to Guggenheim, "There will be those who assert that FDA has not met its First Amendment burden to justify the compelled commercial speech." She continues, "A number of recent cases have addressed which are the right standards [to compel commercial speech] but that remains even now a matter of controversy."

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