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RISK: Health, Safety & Environment

Abstract

Noting that the Proposition 65 list has become an authoritative source for hazard identification, Dr. Pease examines its legislative, regulatory and scientific origins. After analyzing the California approach, he offers suggestions for better selection of future regulatory targets.

Repository Citation

William S. Pease, Identifying Chemical Hazards for Regulation: The Scientific Basis and Regulatory Scope of California's Proposition 65 List of Carcinogens and Reproductive Toxicants, 3 RISK 127 (1992).

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