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Biomonitoring legislation

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Language that would have assessed fees on manufacturers of certain personal care products containing "toxic" chemicals to support a statewide biomonitoring initiative was removed from the "Healthy Californians Biomonitoring Program" (SB 1168) June 17. Complicated fee system likely would have faced strong opposition during a California State Assembly Committee on Health hearing June 22, staffers note. Program did not meet state's "Sinclair" model for assessing fees to support public health initiatives, which mandates there must be a direct link between a program's purpose and its means of funding, staffers add. Industry also opposed the listing of chemicals deemed toxic, including triclosan, isopropyl alcohol and certain phthalates...
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