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Pending Calif. Consumer Products Reg Inconsistent, Unfair – Trade Groups

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Personal Care Products Council and the Consumer Healthcare Products Association fault the latest and likely last draft of California’s Safer Consumer Products regs for its lack of a weight-of-evidence approach to decision making and inadequate trade-secret protections, among other shortcomings.

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