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California Revises Prop 65 Rule To Curtail 'Over-Warning' But Better Inform

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A revised update to California's Prop 65’s "clear and reasonable warning" requirements could trip companies playing it safe by warning about potential chemical exposures when not required. The latest proposal would require a highly visible symbol and the name of at least one Prop 65-listed substance on labels.

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