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BPA on track to being declared a reproductive hazard in CA

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Bisphenol A is on track to being declared a reproductive hazard in California, a state agency said. The move by an arm of the state's Environmental Protection Agency means BPA could soon be listed under Proposition 65. Manufacturers would ultimately be required to include warning labels on products with hazardous amounts of BPA.

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