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 OEHHA Director George Alexeef Passes Away
 July 1, 2015
 OEHHA Director George Alexeef Passes Away   George V. Alexeeff, Ph.D., who served with distinction as Director of the California Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment until very recently, died Monday evening after a brief illness.

 OEHHA Lists Ethylene Glycol as a Reproductive Toxicant
 June 22, 2015
 OEHHA Lists Ethylene Glycol as a Reproductive Toxicant    California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has added ethylene glycol (ingested) (CAS No. 107-21-1) to the list of chemicals known to the state to cause reproductive toxicity under Proposition 65.

 A Century of Progress In Chemical Regulation with One Little Initiative
 June 11, 2015
 A Century of  Progress In Chemical Regulation with One Little Initiative   Proposition 65 co-author David Roe has published an opinion piece in the New York Times instructing its readers how they can fast track the regulation of toxic chemicals California style.  

 Leeman Prevails In Fee Reduction Appeal
 June 3, 2015
 Leeman Prevails In Fee Reduction Appeal  

The California First Court of Appeal has struck down a Superior Court judge’s ruling to drastically reduce attorneys’ fees in a Proposition 65 settlement.

 ACC Opposes Disclosure of the “Dirty Dozen” in Prop 65 Warnings
 May 6, 2015
 ACC Opposes Disclosure of the “Dirty Dozen” in Prop 65 Warnings   The American Chemistry Council (ACC) has submitted comments urging California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) to withdraw proposed changes to its Proposition 65 warning regulations. The trade association claims that new requirements to disclose the identities of a subset of 12 chemicals on the Proposition 65 list in product or facility warnings would “confuse consumers, increase costs and compliance burdens for business, and increase litigation.”

 CPSC & DOJ Sue Michaels Stores for Failure to Report Product Safety Hazard
 May 4, 2015
 CPSC & DOJ Sue Michaels Stores for Failure to Report Product Safety Hazard  

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have jointly announced the filing of an enforcement action lawsuit against Michael’s Stores in federal court for civil penalties and injunctive relief for violation of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA).

 OEHHA Announces Its Intention to Add an Herb and a Root Extract to the Proposition 65 List
 April 23, 2015
 OEHHA Announces Its Intention to Add an Herb and a Root Extract to the Proposition 65 List   California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) today announced it intends to list Aloe Vera, whole leave extract and Goldenseal root powder as substances known to the state to cause cancer under Proposition 65.

 Lumber Liquidators Defamation Suit Ruled a SLAPP
 April 23, 2015
 Lumber Liquidators Defamation Suit Ruled a SLAPP   California environmental advocacy group and Proposition 65 enforcer Global Community Monitor (GCM) has prevailed in its defense of a defamation cross-complaint brought by flooring giant Lumber Liquidators.

 CALEPA Chief and State AGs Object to TSCA Reform Bill
 April 13, 2015
 CALEPA Chief and State AGs Object to TSCA Reform Bill   A bipartisan Senate bill to reform the outdated Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) “presents an immediate threat” to California's Safer Consumer Products Regulation according to CalEPA Secretary Matthew Rodriguez.

 Public Comment Period for Styrene Listing Proposal Extended.
 April 8, 2015
 Public Comment Period for Styrene Listing Proposal Extended.   California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has extended the public comment period about whether styrene meets the criteria for an authoritative bodies listings under Proposition 65.

 Lawsuit Alleges High Levels of Arsenic Found in Some California Wines
 April 7, 2015
 Lawsuit Alleges High Levels of Arsenic Found in Some California Wines   A class action lawsuit alleging that some inexpensive California wines contain dangerously high levels of inorganic arsenic was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on March 19.

 OEHHA Lists Six Triazine Pesticides and a Fragrance Agent
 March 27, 2015
 OEHHA Lists Six Triazine Pesticides and a Fragrance Agent  

California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has listed six chlorinated triazine pesticides as reproductive toxicants under Proposition 65.  

 John Hopkins Study of 4-MEI Levels Outdated and Unsubstantiated, Pepsico Says
 March 17, 2015
 John Hopkins Study of 4-MEI Levels Outdated and Unsubstantiated, Pepsico Says   PepsiCo Inc. is dismissing the results of a recent study conducted by John Hopkins researchers, which claimed that the levels of caramel coloring byproduct 4-MEI contained in some of the company’s products causes “avoidable and unnecessary” cancer risk concerns. 

 Comment Period Extended for Labor Code Regulation
 March 17, 2015
    California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has extended the public comment period on the latest version of its proposed Labor Code Regulation by one week.  

 OAL Rejects Labor Code Regulation For Lack of Clarity
 February 25, 2015
 OAL Rejects Labor Code Regulation For Lack of Clarity   California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has resubmitted a revised version of its much maligned Labor Code Regulation after the state’s Office of Administrative Law (OAL) rejected the agency’s submission because it failed to meet the state’s clarity standards for regulations.

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