|McCAIN’S “S.3002”: WHAT IS IT?|
|John McCain’s legislation would effectively, literally, allow the federal government to take-over America’s vitamin and nutritional supplement industry!|
|ALL vitamins, minerals, herbal products and nutritional supplements currently allowed under federal law could be removed from the market under John McCain’s bill.|
|For the first time in history, even RETAILERS who sell vitamins and nutritional products would be required to REGISTER with the federal government… and obtain proof (at their own expense) that products they sell meet all new government regulatory requirements… or be subject to penalties as high as TWICE THEIR PROFIT!|
|J.D. HAYWORTH: HOW HE WILL HELP!|
|J.D. HAYWORTH is a strong supporter of the 90% of Americans, including seniors and children, who took a vitamin, nutritional supplement, or health product of some kind last year!|
|J.D. HAYWORTH is a staunch defender of DSHEA, the federal law currently governing the vitamin and supplement industry, and he’ll work to protect the industry, and the American people, as Arizona’s next U.S. Senator!|
"This is a direct assault on American business and on American consumers, especially seniors and kids, who depend on vitamins and nutritional supplements,” says J.D. Hayworth. "In the Senate, I’ll work to protect the people and this industry, not put it out of business." J.D. Hayworth, Arizona’s next U.S. Senator, needs YOUR support! Please visit www.JDforSENATE.com to donate today!
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