(Virtually – once again) Live from San Francisco, Kelley Green Law Blog is reporting today from the Prop 65 Clearinghouse 2021 Conference … the largest annual gathering of stakeholders from the full spectrum of actors involved with California’s “Proposition 65,”
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In the latest of a string of potentially ground-altering developments under California’s Proposition 65, a federal judge has temporarily enjoined plaintiffs from initiating new cases alleging failure to warn for foods and beverages that expose consumers to acrylamide, a Prop
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The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) yesterday released its explanation for withdrawing proposed “clarifications” to the Proposition 65 regulations governing internet sales.  Last January, OEHHA proposed what it considered to be modest clarifications to the safe harbor
Continue Reading California OEHHA Explains Decision to Rescind Proposed “Clarifications” to Prop 65 Rules for Internet Sales; Finalizes Changes to Alcohol Sale Warnings

A popular option for satisfying Proposition 65 warning requirements, the so-called “short-form” warning, is likely to be significantly curtailed in light of a January 8th proposal from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA).  Originally conceived as an
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While many of us are grateful to see 2020 come to a close, cannabidiol (CBD) product manufacturers will face a new challenge in 2021:  compliance with California’s Proposition 65.  As of January 3, the one-year grace period to come into
Continue Reading CBD Product Alert: California Prop 65 Enforcement of New THC Listing to Commence January 3, 2021

(Virtually) Live from San Francisco, Kelley Green Law Blog is reporting today from the Prop 65 Clearinghouse 2020 Conference …. the largest annual assemblage dedicated to the legal niche that is California’s “Proposition 65.” The Conference is always a unique
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California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has proposed regulations to limit the rash of Proposition 65 actions alleging failure to provide a warning for exposure to acrylamide in food items as a result of cooking or heat processing. 
Continue Reading Managing the Feeding Frenzy: OEHHA Proposes Limits on California Prop 65 Requirements for Acrylamide in Food

On January 31st, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) proposed amendments aimed at clarifying certain provisions of the Proposition 65 warning regulations governing internet, electronic, and catalog sales.  The proposal comes in response to ongoing questions about
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On January 14, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) issued a final rule aimed at clarifying the regulations governing retailer and supply chain responsibility for providing warnings under Proposition 65.  These provisions (found in Section 25600.2 of Article
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