SB 1019: Labeling toxic couches

 
CLCV Supported
Signed by Gov. Brown

California’s recently updated flammability standard permits consumer products, including furniture, to be sold in California without flame retardants, but it does not prohibit or ban their use. Flame retardant chemicals have been linked to cancer, reduced IQ, developmental delays, and reproductive problems. This bill provides important information to consumers by requiring manufacturers to include information on furniture labels so that consumers know whether flame retardant chemicals are in the furniture.

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Jim Beall D
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Tom Berryhill R
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Marty Block D
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Anthony Cannella R
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Ellen Corbett D
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Lou Correa D
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Kevin de León D
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Mark DeSaulnier D
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Noreen Evans D
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Jean Fuller R
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Ted Gaines R
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Cathleen Galgiani D
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Loni Hancock D
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Edward P. Hernandez D
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Jerry Hill D
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Ben Hueso D
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Bob Huff R
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Hannah-Beth Jackson D
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Steve Knight R
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Ricardo Lara D
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Mark Leno D
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Ted Lieu D
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Carol Liu D
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Holly Mitchell D
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Bill Monning D
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Mike Morrell R
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Jim Nielsen R
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Alex Padilla D
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Fran Pavley D
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Richard Roth D
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Darrell Steinberg D
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Norma Torres D
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Andy Vidak R
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Mimi Walters R
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Lois Wolk D
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Mark Wyland R
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Luis Alejo D
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Travis Allen R
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Tom Ammiano D
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Toni Atkins D
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Frank Bigelow R
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Richard Bloom D
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Raul Bocanegra D
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Susan Bonilla D
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Rob Bonta D
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Steven Bradford D
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Cheryl Brown D
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Joan Buchanan D
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Ian Calderon D
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Nora Campos D
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Ed Chau D
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Rocky Chavez R
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Wesley Chesbro D
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Connie Conway R
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Ken Cooley D
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Matt Dababneh D
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Brian Dahle R
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Tom Daly D
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Roger Dickinson D
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Tim Donnelly R
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Susan Eggman D
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Paul Fong D
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Steve Fox D
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Jim Frazier D
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Beth Gaines R
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Cristina Garcia D
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Mike Gatto D
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Jimmy Gomez D
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Lorena Gonzalez D
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Rich Gordon D
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Jeff Gorell R
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Adam Gray D
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Shannon Grove R
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Curt Hagman R
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Isadore Hall D
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Diane Harkey R
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Roger Hernandez D
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Chris Holden D
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Brian Jones R
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Reggie Jones-Sawyer D
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Marc Levine D
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Eric Linder R
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Dan Logue R
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Bonnie Lowenthal D
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Brian Maienschein R
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Allan Mansoor R
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Jose Medina D
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Melissa Melendez R
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Kevin Mullin D
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Al Muratsuchi D
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Adrin Nazarian D
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Brian Nestande R
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Kristin Olsen R
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Richard Pan D
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Jim Patterson R
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Henry Perea D
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John A. Pérez D
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V. Manuel Pérez D
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Bill Quirk D
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Sharon Quirk-Silva D
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Anthony Rendon D
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Sebastian Ridley-Thomas D
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Freddie Rodriguez D
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Rudy Salas D
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Nancy Skinner D
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Mark Stone D
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Phil Ting D
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Donald Wagner R
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Marie Waldron R
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Shirley Weber D
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Bob Wieckowski D
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Scott Wilk R
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Das Williams D
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Mariko Yamada D
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