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California AG’s Prop 65 Changes Target ‘Eliminating Incentives’ For Abuse

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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California Attorney General Kamala Harris proposes revising the state's Prop 65 regulations to discourage frivolous lawsuits for private gain. Proposed reforms include capping some settlement payments and tighter accountability requirements for how plaintiffs use their payments.

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