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In Brief: Massachusetts Senate Prop 65 clone

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Massachusetts Senate Prop 65 clone: Public hearing on S 488 tentatively scheduled for March 3. CTFA, which opposes the legislation, is planning to attend the hearing and give testimony. The bill was introduced this year by Sen. Lois Pines (D-District 20) and Rep. Douglas Peterson (R-District 11). S 488, much like California's Prop 65 bill, would require warning labels on all products containing ingredients that may be potentially carcinogenic, toxic or cause reproductive toxicity. The Massachusetts bill also mandates the establishment of a toxic effects warning list that would "at a minimum" include all carcinogens, reproductive toxins, neurotoxins, teratogens, mutagens and "extraordinarily hazardous" substances on the state's Department of Public Health substance list. Massachusetts has introduced similar bills in the past several years...
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