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December 11, 2018Kirsten Wallerstedt

In a move that may provide some clarity for companies affected by Proposition 65, California's Office of Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) is proposing to revise section 25600.2 of Article 6 of the Proposition 65 regulations. These changes would clarify the responsibility of parties in the supply chain for purposes of...

July 17, 2018Kirsten Wallerstedt

As of 30 August 2018, all businesses affected by California’s Proposition 65 must have new labels, signs, or other warnings in place for any exposure to a listed substance which occurs in California. Compliance with Proposition 65 is especially troubling to businesses, since most enforcement is done through “citizen” enforcers...

December 12, 2017Kirsten Wallerstedt

On 6 December 2017, California's Office of Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) published amendments to Article 6 on the provision of “clear and reasonable” warnings for purposes of Proposition 65. The amendments, which are now encoded into the Proposition 65 regulations, have the purpose of clarifying and correcting some of the...