Examples of State Laws that Differ from the CPSIA

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Examples of State Laws that Differ from the CPSIA
Federal Law
(CPSIA, 16 C.F.R. Part 1303,
and ASTM F963)
California
(Proposition 65 and
Lead Jewelry Law)
Illinois
(Lead Poisoning
Prevention Act)
Child’s
painted
toy
Ban of articles intended for
use by children (age not
defined) containing > 90 ppm
lead by weight in the non
volatile portion of paint or
surface coating
Recent settlements have
required that children’s toys
comply with the CPSIA
Warning required if lead
content in paint on a “toy
designed for or intended for
use by children under the age
of 12 at play” is >40 ppm and
less than the federal limit (90
ppm)
Children’s
jewelry
with lead
in
substrate
Ban of children’s products
(“designed or intended
primarily for children 12 years
of age or younger”) containing
> 300 ppm lead in any
component
Statutory requirement that
certain materials, e.g. plastic
and rubber, used in jewelry for
children 6 years and under
contain < 200 ppm lead
Warning required if “total lead
content in any component
part” of jewelry made for,
marketed to, or marketed for
use by children under 12 is
>40 ppm and less than the
federal limit (300 ppm)
Other materials, e.g. metals,
printing inks and ceramic
glazes were required to
contain < 600 ppm lead, but
federal law now requires that
such components be limited to
300 ppm
See also Minnesota
Examples of State Laws that Differ from the CPSIA
Federal Law
(CPSIA, 16 C.F.R. Part 1303,
and ASTM F963)
Adult
handbag
with lead
in
substrate
Not applicable
California
(Proposition 65 and
Lead Jewelry Law)
Settlements have required
warnings for concentrations
greater than:
 200 ppm (any fabric in
personal carrying products)
Illinois
(Lead Poisoning
Prevention Act)
Warning required if a lead
bearing substance contains
> 600 ppm lead content by
total weight
 300 ppm (in small bags
and eyeglass cases)
Children’s
toy with
cadmium
Ban of "toys" (articles
intended for use by children
under 14 years of age in play)
containing > 75 ppm by weight
in the soluble portion of the
"surface coating"
Settlements have required
warnings for concentrations
greater than:
Recent recall by FAF Inc. of
children’s jewelry with
cadmium in substrate (sold
exclusively at Wal-Mart)
 4800 ppm in other exterior
areas of ceramic and glass
dinnerware
 800 ppm for the lip and rim
area of ceramic and glass
dinnerware
 4800 ppm on the outer
surface contact area of
bike components
Not applicable. But see
Washington and Oregon law
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