WASHINGTON — The Senate passed a bill by unanimous consent Tuesday night that would require companies to label fur apparel when the value of the fur is less than $150.
The House passed the bipartisan bill in July. The measure next goes to President Obama for his signature. The White House has not taken a position yet on the bill, but proponents are optimistic the President will sign it into law, citing support from the Federal Trade Commission.
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