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Gov. Brown vows to amend chemical disclosure law

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Seeking to crack down on lawsuit abuse, Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday proposed to revamp a decades-old law requiring businesses to post public warnings of chemicals. Proposition 65, passed by voters in 1986, mandates that store owners alert consumers of the presence of potentially dangerous chemicals in their products or on their properties, however minute. The law, which led...

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