Prop 65 Counsel: What To Know
Challenge To Coffee-Causes-Cancer Label To Continue, Possibly Resolve Dozens of Lawsuits Against Businesses
A California federal court has refused to throw out a lawsuit that challenges the state’s coffee-causes-cancer label.
On Aug. 27, Judge Kimberly Mueller rejected Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s motion to dismiss the claims of the California Chamber of Commerce. At issue is the placement of acrylamide on the state’s notorious Proposition 65 list.
Notice of Extension of the Public Comment Period Proposed Rulemaking Adoption to Section 25505 Exposures to Listed Chemicals in Cooked or Heat Processed Foods
The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) initiated a proposed rulemaking to adopt Section 25505, Exposures to Listed Chemicals in Cooked or Heat Processed Foods by amending Title 27, California Code of Regulations.
NOTICE OF MODIFICATION TO TEXT OF PROPOSED REGULATION TITLE 27, CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE 6 CLEAR AND REASONABLE WARNINGS SECTIONS 25602, 25607, 25607.1, AND 25607.3
As required by Government Code section 11346.8(c), and Title 1, section 44 of the California Code of Regulations, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) is providing notice of changes to the proposed regulatory action to amend Title 27, California Code of Regulations, sections 25602, 25607, 25607.1, and 25607.3, which originally was intended to clarify certain provisions of the regulations addressing consumer product exposure warnings, specific product, chemical and area exposure warnings, food exposure warnings, and alcoholic beverage exposure warnings.