A new version (No. 033/2016C) of Colombia’s previous lead restrictions bill (initially No. 148/2015S, then No. 181/2015C), has been reintroduced in the Chamber of Deputies after an earlier, similar bill expired under parliamentary rules. The new version retains many of the revisions accomplished during the first round congressional debates, but reintroduces provisions that impose maximum lead content limits for the exterior parts of products likely to be handled by children and sets labeling requirements for products that contain lead.
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