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Supply chain resilience is essential to assure consumer healthcare products Americans depend on remain widely available, including in times of disease outbreaks or global crises.

Dec 23, 2020

The breadth of the proposed rule would create a heavy workload on agencies within HHS, diverting attention from more pressing work. CHPA requests an extension of the comment period

Dec 4, 2020

Enclosed are comments on the recent notice from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment regarding 22 chemicals to be discussed at a meeting of the Developmental and Reproductive Toxicant Identification Committee. These comments address manganese.

Nov 16, 2020

These comments address the four parabens that are on the prioritization list. As these ingredients serve an important preservative function and have been extensively reviewed and approved by expert bodies, they should be considered low priority for DARTIC review.

Nov 16, 2020

These comments address titanium dioxide nanoparticles, which serve an important function in numerous consumer products, including sunscreens.

Nov 16, 2020

As FDA is recognized as an authoritative body by Proposition 65, we believe that OEHHA should await the outcome of FDA's review rather than bringing BP-3 to the DARTIC for review.

Nov 16, 2020

Enclosed are comments regarding the OEHHA draft report entitled " Health Effects Assessment: Potential Neurobehavioral Effects of Synthetic Food Dyes in Children."

Nov 12, 2020

On behalf of the Consumer Healthcare Products Association, enclosed herein are comments on the 2019 revised draft guidance document as well as FDA’s decision to revoke CPG 400.400.

May 19, 2020

While the “essential workforce” list is solely advisory in nature, it provides much-needed guidance to state and local governments as they proceed with their own “stay at home” orders across the country. It is important to make this list as precise as possible with few vagueries that can be left to interpretation.

Mar 31, 2020

It is imperative that the federal, state, and local governments come together with uniform definitions of “critical infrastructure”, making clear what manufacturers must continue to operate, and take seriously the need to transport those products and keep operations running.

Mar 25, 2020

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