Greening of Consumer Products - February 25, 2009

IN THIS ISSUE:

*Law suit launched to make product makers reveal chemical ingredients

*'Kid-Safe Chemicals Act' pushed by lawmakeres

*Phthalates are now banned; Questions about replacement chemicals

*Replacement chemicals for phthalates also may raise concern

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