Some Oregon legislators and lobbyists hope the third time’s the charm for a bill aimed at keeping potentially dangerous chemicals out of children’s products.
Senate Bill 478 would require manufacturers and importers of children’s products to report any that contain “high priority chemicals of concern,” such as formaldehyde, arsenic and mercury. The bill’s most controversial component: An eight-year phase-out of the chemicals from select products.
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