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NGO Highlights ‘Toxic’ Cleaning Product Chemicals Disclosed In California; Next Up, Personal Care

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Women’s Voices for the Earth says California’s Cleaning Product Right to Know Act, which influenced similar legislation enacted last year for cosmetic fragrance and flavor ingredients, has revealed toxic substances long hidden from the general public that disproportionately impact marginalized groups.

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