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New York may ban flame retardant chemicals in furniture, electronics (access required)

New York lawmakers are considering bills that would ban the sale of furniture and electronics containing flame retardant chemicals, and a coalition of manufacturers and business owners recently expressed opposition in a letter to legislators. Various industry associations signed the letter, which featured a collage of logos, including those of the American Chemistry Council, American Foam Association ...

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New York lawmakers are considering bills that would ban the sale of furniture and electronics containing flame retardant chemicals, and ...

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Alesco Advisors

New York lawmakers are considering bills that would ban the sale of furniture and electronics containing flame retardant chemicals, and ...