Colorado may ban BPA in baby bottles

Rep. Daniel Kagan’s bill is not protecting anybody from anything. (Denver) reports:

Bisphenol-A, also known as BPA, has been linked to health risks, including cancer and heart disease.

Monday, a bill was introduced in the state House to limit exposure to the chemical.

Rep. Daniel Kagan (D-Englewood) introduced his consumer protection act, which would ban the use of BPA in baby bottles and pacifiers…

Of course, because of all the bad and junk science-based PR, the industry has not only stopped using BPA in baby bottles, it is pressing the FDA to reassure consumers about the self-imposed ban.

Read the entire report.

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