Gov. Brown vows to amend chemical disclosure law

May 7, 2013 • Business

FILE – In this on June 14, 2006 file photo, Eric Andresen, whose company manages apartments in San Francisco, poses beside a Proposition 65 warning sign at his San Francisco office on June 14, 2006. Andresen felt the sting of a Proposition 65 lawsuit when his company shelled out settlement fees to a Costa Mesa, Calif., attorney who has filed many Proposition 65 suits against apartment owners. Gov. Brown’s administration said May 7, 2013, it wants to make changes to Prop 65, passed by voters three decades ago requiring business to post warnings of dangerous chemicals. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)-

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Seeking to crack down on lawsuit abuse, Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday proposed to revamp a decades-old law requiring businesses to post public warnings of chemicals.

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