California Nano Regs Imminent As Other States Hold Out For Federal Action
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
California firms and institutions that produce or work with nanomaterials are bracing for the release of legislation expected to focus on consumer and workplace exposure to the material, according to attorney Rachel G. Lattimore
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