by Michael L. Marlow
Cato Institute
January 09, 2014
Regulation
Public health has not demonstrably improved because of Proposition 65, as evidenced by this study’s empirical examination. But the law has imposed many costs on business owners, workers, customers, and taxpayers. Public health also suffers if Proposition 65 lessens efforts of increasing public awareness of how to reduce exposures to established risk factors for cancer and reproductive harm.



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