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Maine Environmental Board Backs BPA Ban Extension on Baby Products

An article from the Bangor Daily News has announced today that Maine's Board of Environmental Protection has agreed to support an extension of the state's current legislation on bisphenol A to include infant formula and baby food containers, according to contributor Matthew Stone. Stone writes that a unanimous decision to extend the ban was passed today, and that the Board voiced its concern for the contact that infants make with BPA through plastic on a day to day basis. Stone reports:

New Hampshire Senate to Vote on BPA Ban

In an article published by Sea Coast Online this weekend, contributor Michael Mccord announces that the American state of New Hampshire has decided to vote on the possibility of banning bisphenol-A in baby products. According to the article, the bill and its supporters have experienced considerable friction from out of state lobbyists, who have opposed the bill every step of the way. Mccord writes:

Kuala Lumpur Ban On Feeding Bottles Containing BPA Takes Effect Thursday


KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 29 (Bernama) -- The ban on import, manufacture, advertisement and sale of feeding bottles containing the organic compound Bisphenol A or BPA takes effect tomorrow, Health Director-General Datuk Seri Dr Hasan Abdul Rahman said today. Read More.

BPA Ban Should Be Extended to Baby Food Containers

By Robyn Burnham, The Journal Tribune
The Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine launched a new attack on children's products containing bisphenol-A last week. The group, along with Mainely Moms and Dads, announced plans to petition the Maine Board of Environmental Protection to ban BPA in...Read More.


Activists propose new BPA restrictions

By Sarah Delage, WCSH Portland

AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A group that successfully got Bisphenol-Abanned from baby bottles last year is now trying to ban the substance from other products. The legislature voted overwhelmingly last year to ban BPA in baby bottles, sippy cups, ...Read More.

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