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Washington Bans Phthalates in Toys

12:28 PM MDT | April 1, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Washington state lawmakers have passed a bill that would ban cadmium, phthalates, and lead in toys sold in the state beginning in 2009. Governor Chris Gregoire (D.) is expected to sign the bill into law, proponents say. The legislation bans toys and other children’s products that contain: lead concentrations of more than 90 parts per million (ppm); cadmium at more than 40 ppm; and phthalates, individually or in combination, at more than 1,000...

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