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The California state Senate has passed a bill that would require disclosure of ingredients used consumer and professional cleaning products.
The Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (SB 258) would require cleaning products to include a label listing ingredients and 'contaminants of concern' along with pictograms communicating potential health concerns about the product ingredients. Manufacturers would also have to provide additional information on a website.
In the waning hours before a key legislative deadline, the California Assembly passed a bill requiring the evaluation of short-chain PFASs in food contact materials (FCMs).
The California attorney general’s office has heavily criticized a proposed settlement between one of the few for-profit Proposition 65 enforcement groups, Consumer Cause, and defendants in a medical implant case.
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