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FTC Speaks at CARU's Conference Regarding

Attorney Michelle Rusk from the FTC reiterated while speaking at the Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU) Conference in New York on Ocotber 7th that the FTC will be pushing companies to go the extra mile to ensure that advertising to children is done properly considering the crisis of childhood obesity--with one-third of American kids now clinically obese.

Click HERE to read Media Post's Article about what the FTC said at the CARU Conference.

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