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Focus on Chemicals in Consumer Products (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
14-04-042August 2014
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Author(s) Grice, Josh
Description The Washington State Legislature passed several laws restricting or requiring reporting of toxics in certain products. Those laws focus on specific product types and chemicals known to be problems for human health and the environment.
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Keywords chemicals of concern, product testing, Children's Safe Product Act
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