Two weeks ago, California had become the latest state to place restrictions on the chemical known as Bisphenol-A, a controversial chemical used in plastics and metal food containers, and declare it a reproductive toxicant – ref post California decides chemical BPA is toxic. However, as part of a lawsuit against a California agency, a judge ordered Friday April 19, 2013 that BPA be removed from the state’s list of reproductive toxicants.
Read Judge removes BPA from list of toxics by Stephanie M. Lee
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Reblogged this on michellegilstrap and commented:
California just added BPA to the list of toxins and a judge removes it? Please read this controversial decision. I live in California, and there is a rise in blood cancers, and we need to find out the cause. We do not need more toxins in our environment, we need less.
Thank you Michelle