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OEHHA Redrafts Prop 65 Rule To Better Inform Public, Curtail 'Over-Warning'

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A newly proposed rule for updating "clear and reasonable warning" requirements under California's Prop 65 regulation could complicate matters for companies that have chosen to play it safe by warning consumers about potentially hazardous chemical exposures even when such labeling may not be required. Under the agency's latest proposal, warnings would include a highly visible symbol and the name of at least one Prop 65-listed substance to which users may be exposed, which OEHHA says will help address "over-warning."

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