Prop 65 Amendments To Curb Lawsuits Would Also Raise Regulatory Burdens
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The California agency overseeing Proposition 65 held a public workshop April 14 in Sacramento to discuss possible amendments to the regulation that could reduce exposure to frivolous lawsuits, including more specific warnings and a broader grace period for corrections prior to litigation.
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