On January 31, 2020, California announced proposed changes to warning requirements under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, commonly known as Proposition 65, by releasing a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“Proposal”). Among other things, the changes are intended to clarify on-line warning requirements (through a website or using a mobile phone app) and catalog warning requirements. The Proposal also includes revised requirements specific to the sale of alcoholic beverages through delivery services, reflecting the provisions of an enforcement action settlement currently being negotiated by the Attorney General.

Continue Reading California Proposes Changes to Online and Alcoholic Beverage Delivery Warning Requirements Under Proposition 65

On July 21, 2017, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (“OEHHA”) proposed amendments to the regulations implementing Prop 65 – the California law that requires business to provide a “clear and reasonable warning” to consumers on products that contain any chemicals listed by California as causing cancer or reproductive harm.  According to OEHHA, these amendments are intended to clarify a previous round of amendments that were finalized in August 2016 that will become effective on August 30, 2018, discussed here .

Continue Reading California’s OEHHA Proposes Clarifying Amendments to Prop 65 Regulations

Recently, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (“OEHHA”) in California finalized revisions to the regulations implementing Prop 65 – the California law that requires business to provide a “clear and reasonable warning” to consumers on products that contain any chemicals listed by California as causing cancer or reproductive harm.

Continue Reading California’s Prop 65 Labeling Requirement Is About to Get Even More Burdensome