California Adopts 'Green Chemical' Regulations

, Corporate Counsel


California's efforts to go green are getting chemical. On October 1, the Golden State adopted the California Department of Toxic Substances Control's Safer Product Regulations, also known as the "Green Chemical" regulations.

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  • TC

    If Americans wished to remain safe, they would have stayed in England, where Centuries of dogma was delivered by well-paid bureaucrats who reported to a royal and all were protected. Green-wash the ignorant masses, where licensing adults like driving, is the intelligent solution.

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