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Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Father Made a Fortune Representing the Fragrance Industry

This really stinks.
These guys don’t care how much anyone suffers if they can keep profiting.

via Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Father Made a Fortune Representing the Fragrance Industry

“According to an article published by the New York Times on July 14, 2018, Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s father, Edward Kavanaugh, “was paid $13 million, including his retirement package, in 2005, his last year at the Cosmetics, Toiletry and Fragrance Association,” an organization of which he became president in 1972.  His yearly salary at the point of his retirement was $5 million. ” …

no more

“The key sentence to focus upon here is this one: “The data collected by the FDA under its voluntary cosmetic reporting program offers evidence of cosmetic safety.” It should be obvious to any objective person that cosmetic manufacturers have a vested interest in not recording or reporting incidents which people reacting to a fragrance or other cosmetic report to the company. That’s like asking the fox how many chickens disappeared from the hen house overnight.”

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Father Made a Fortune Representing the Fragrance Industry

 

The above post was from Alison Johnson’s Fragrance-Free Workplaces Blog

About Alison Johnson:

Documentaries dealing with chemical sensitivity include the following titles:

Fragrance-Free Workplaces
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: How Chemical Exposures May Be Affecting Your Health
Gulf War Syndrome: Aftermath of a Toxic Battlefield
The Toxic Clouds of 9/11: A Looming Health Disaster

Books on the subject of multiple chemical sensitivity include the following titles:

Casualties of Progress: Personal Histories from the Chemically Sensitive
Gulf War Syndrome: Legacy of a Perfect War
Amputated Lives: Coping with Chemical Sensitivity

She also chairs the Chemical Sensitivity Foundation.

 

 

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