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Prop 65

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Whitehall-Robins to reduce level of coal tar in Denorex dandruff shampoo by 72%, pay $427,500 penalty under settlement with Occupational Knowledge International. Settlement requires lower coal tar formulation by year-end. Twenty other manufacturers of coal tar shampoos and related products named in suit, including J&J (Neutrogena) and Reedco (Tegrin), have yet to settle (1"The Tan Sheet" March 26, p. 21). Case is scheduled to go to trial in January

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