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California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) is revisiting its 2009 listing of chloroform as a Proposition 65 reproductive toxicant.
OEHHA finalized its candidate determination for 15 of the 17 chemicals, which it tentatively identified as of "high carcinogenicity concern." However, six of those 15 were determined to have less than a "high" level of "exposure concern." Those six are on the candidate list, but will not be subject to a data call-in, until the CIC has evaluated the nine others. Those six chemicals are 2-Chloro-1,1,1-triflouroethane, 4-Hydroxyben- zenediazonium and its salts, 4-Methyly- benzenediazonium and its salts, Ciprofibrate, Diallate, and Diftalone.
On June 22 OEHHA announced it has revised the listing for Toxic Release Inventory pesticide 2,4-D butyric acid.
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