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Bounty hunting: Foes of guns and abortion resurrect an old idea

The Daily Democrat 09 Aug 2022
The state of California allows financial rewards for people who sue to enforce its Proposition 65 toxics warning law ... 65 warning on acrylamide, a chemical created by cooking food, and one which the state couldn’t say definitively caused cancer.
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Free speech and trivial lawsuits

The Press Enterprise 08 May 2022
65 warnings are so ubiquitous in California that they have become meaningless ... 65 warnings just a bit ... 65 warning for acrylamide might be a welcome step in reducing false or unproven claims that confuse consumers and cause adverse market effects ... 65 warning on coffee, again because of the presence of acrylamide.
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Environmental Law Attorneys At Manning Law, APC Secure Settlement To Prevent Exposure To Lead And ...

Victoria Advocate 15 Apr 2022
Reformulation to reduce Lead and Acrylamide in product or clear and reasonable warnings if the reformulation standard is not met.
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Ninth Circuit Blocks New Acrylamide Warning Lawsuits Under Proposition 65 (Arent Fox LLP)

Public Technologies 30 Mar 2022
The Ninth Circuit also held that the District Court did not abuse its discretion in finding the acrylamide warning misleading because "[a] reasonable person might think that they would consume a product that California knows will increase their risk for cancer.
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Environmental Law Attorneys Secure Settlement to Prevent Exposure to Chemicals Alleged to Cause Cancer or ...

Longview News-Journal 13 Jan 2022
�Through its required warnings, Proposition 65 alerts consumers in the State of California to the risk of potential exposures to substances causing cancer or reproductive harm and provides them with the ability to make an informed decision regarding whether to purchase or use such products.� Calsafe Research Center, Inc ... Acrylamide.
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The simple cooking tricks that could slash your risk of cancer

New York Post 06 Jan 2022
When food is cooked at a high temperature, a natural by-product called acrylamide is produced ... The Food Standard Agency warns. “Laboratory tests show that acrylamide in the diet causes cancer in animals. “Scientists agree that acrylamide in food has the potential to cause cancer in humans as well.
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Singapore says biscuits are safe to eat despite HK watchdog’s cancer claims

Hong Kong Standard 29 Oct 2021
Singapore’s food agency said biscuits and crackers are safe to consume after a Hong Kong watchdog warned that cancer-causing substances were found in some products, including those manufactured in Malaysia. . Compounds such as acrylamide and glycidol are naturally ...
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Judge Enjoins State from Filing New Lawsuits Involving Acrylamide Warnings (California Chamber of Commerce)

Public Technologies 31 Mar 2021
... for preliminary injunction in a Proposition 65 case involving acrylamide warnings on food and beverages, barring the California Attorney General and anyone else from filing new lawsuits against businesses that do not display these types of Proposition 65 acrylamide warnings.
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Air fryers produce cancer-causing chemicals, watchdog warns

Hong Kong Standard 17 Feb 2021
Some air fryers available in Hong Kong produce cancer-causing chemicals, which in some instances exceeded European Union safety levels, the consumer watchdog has warned after testing 12 models. Tests were done to determine the acrylamide content of air-fried frozen thin French fries, the Consumer Council, said.
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35 of the most dangerous things science has strongly linked to cancer

Business Insider 03 Sep 2020
Though a California judged ruled in 2018 that coffee sellers in that state must include labels warning their customers about the possible cancer risks from acrylamide in coffee, the state later reversed course, after California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment ...
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Starbucks, Dunkin' in the clear as California judge tosses suit alleging coffee-cancer link

Yahoo Daily News 29 Aug 2020
An attorney for the organization, Raphael Metzker — who is also listed as the non-profit’s contact of record — argued that a chemical called acrylamide should be included in product warnings, based on research showing that it causes cancer in laboratory rats.
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Significant developments this week for glyphosate, a popular weedkiller in Montana, North Dakota

Williston Herald 26 Jun 2020
The state lists 900-some substances as causing problems from cancer to birth defects, and requires any product containing them to include warning labels. Among substances on the list is acrylamide, a potential carcinogen formed in trace amounts whenever food products like potatoes are fried or, in the case of coffee beans, roasted.
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Editorial: It’s way too soon to declare Tylenol a carcinogenic killer

The Los Angeles Times 23 Jan 2020
Because coffee contains acrylamide, which is known to cause cancer by itself, Proposition 65 would have required every cafe, coffeehouse and restaurant in the state to post a cancer warning sign even though there is no proof that coffee is dangerous, even with acrylamide present.
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Do too many products have Prop. 65 warnings?

The Daily Democrat 03 Dec 2019
The package had a warning in small print that the mother spotted just after snack time ... These warnings attracted nationwide ridicule last year when a judge ruled that cafes needed to warn customers about a chemical in coffee called acrylamide, which occurs naturally during the roasting process.
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Under a California law, more than 900 substances have been labeled toxic — and more ...

Dothan Eagle 01 Dec 2019
The package had a warning in small print that the mother spotted just after snack time ... These warnings attracted nationwide ridicule last year when a judge ruled that cafes needed to warn customers about a chemical in coffee called acrylamide, which occurs naturally during the roasting process.

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