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Prop. 65's warning signs may require more detail.
The ubiquitous, state-mandated warning signs about potential chemical hazards in bars, gas stations, parking garages and dozens of other locations may be in for a change.
Acting on orders from the governor, a state science agency is working on proposed regulations to make those generally ignored placards more meaningful to consumers. But not everybody's on board.
The goal is to provide "more useful information to the public about what they are being exposed to and how they can protect themselves," said Sam Delson, a spokesman for the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. Perhaps the most controversial part of the proposal would require special, more detailed warnings for 12 chemicals out of the more than 800 already on the office's Proposition 65 list.
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