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By Will Troutman (US) on December 4, 2014 Posted in California Proposition 65
To the average person in California, if they know anything about Proposition 65 at all, it is usually because they have a seen a warning sign in a bar or at a store. In most instances, after seeing the sign, they likely kept drinking or kept shopping.
Back in 1986, however, Californians’ concern over toxic chemicals in the environment, workplaces, and consumer products was a hot button issue because it was much more difficult to get information about everyday exposure to chemicals. As a result, 63% of California voters approved Proposition 65, and shortly thereafter, the ballot initiative became codified in the California Health & Safety Code as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Health and Safety Code § 25249.5 et seq). The following sections provide an overview of Proposition 65. Detailed discussions will follow in upcoming posts.
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