Assembly Votes To Ban BPA From Kids’ Feeding Products
The California Assembly yesterday approved a bill (SB 797) that would ban the use of bisphenol-A in any products, such as formula cans and bottles, used to feed children younger than age three. FDA in January called for more research into BPA, which has been linked to asthma, autism, breast cancer, hyperactivity and infertility.
- "California Assembly Passes Bill Banning BPA in Baby Bottles" (Carpenter, Los Angeles Times, 7/2).
- "Calif. Lawmakers Vote To Ban BPA in Baby Products" (AP/Ventura County Star, 7/1).