Just as Oregon begins to find out how toxic chemicals occur in children's products, an industry-backed bill could block that information.
Industry groups are behind the proposed "Accurate Labels Act" ( H.R. 6022/S. 3019 ), first introduced in 2018, which would make it easier for manufacturers to hide chemicals linked to cancer and other health harm. It would block Oregon's Toxic Free Kids program—yet Oregon's Representative Schrader is one of the co-sponsors.
See details on the Accurate Labels Act and how it would block Oregon's law. And then take action:
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