From Inside PFAS Policy

California PFAS-Ban Bill Dies Amid Heavy Opposition, Budget Challenges

June 5, 2024
California state senators have scuttled a controversial bill that would have banned the sale of most new products containing intentionally added PFAS starting in 2032, amid heavy industry opposition and concerns about its implementation costs as the state faces a $45 billion budget deficit. The bill, SB 903 by Sen. Nancy Skinner (D), died in the Senate Appropriations Committee on May 16, the day before the deadline for measures to clear fiscal panels, after the chair declined to bring it...

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