Monsanto officially lost its fight to avoid a Prop 65 warning label on its products containing glyphosate, a chemical used in the popular herbicide Roundup. As we previously reported, Monsanto argued that the State of California’s reliance on an unelected, European organization to decide that glyphosate poses a cancer risk was improper. Last month, a California superior court rejected Monsanto’s arguments.
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California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) recently released new revisions to Proposition 65’s “safe harbor” warning language regulations.  Under OEHHA’s proposal, businesses selling goods in California will no longer be able to rely on the standard simple warning language that has been used for decades.  Instead, business will be required to issue new Prop 65 warnings.  A public hearing will be held on March 25, 2015 to discuss the new revisions. 

The new warning language includes:
Continue Reading Proposed Changes To Prop 65 Warning Requirements Will Increase Burden on Manufacturers