The Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) is pleased that the California Assembly has passed SB 258, the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017.
“CSPA and its member companies proactively worked in good faith with other key stakeholders on a bill that provides meaningful and understandable information to consumers and workers while also protecting significant financial investments that companies have made in product innovation,” said Steve Caldeira, President and CEO of CSPA. “CSPA thanks all the Assembly members who voted for the bill.”
Household and commercial product safety are the top priority for CSPA and our member companies. Through the working group process established by the leadership of Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens), the bill’s author, CSPA and member companies engaged in thorough negotiations with the senator’s office and sponsors to get a working bill that stakeholders could agree with.
The bill now goes back to the California Senate for a concurrence vote and, if passed by the Senate, will be sent to Governor Brown for consideration.