Conn. Prop 65
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Toxic substances labeling proposal dies in Connecticut Public Health Committee by 12-13 vote April 3. Similar to California's Prop 65 law, S 1030 called for consumer warning labeling on products containing carcinogenic ingredients. CTFA opposed the bill with written testimony at March public hearing (1"The Rose Sheet" March 19, p. 3). Legislation was supported by Attorney General Richard Blumenthal
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