California's Landmark Environmental, Consumer Regulations Under Federal Fire
California has a reputation for having some of the nation's most aggressive rules on workplace safety, consumer protection and environmental quality. Now some impacted companies are fighting back, and officials in Sacramento worry that some of the state's landmark laws may be in danger.
California has a reputation for having some of the nation's most aggressive rules on workplace safety, consumer protection and environmental quality — regulations that force companies to make costly adjustments to the way they do business worldwide.
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