The Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has reportedly notified state and local prosecutors in California that is has sent notices to manufacturers and retailers during the past three months threatening to sue them for failing to comply with Proposition 65, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, by warning consumers about the presence of chlorinated Tris, a flame retardant chemical, in their products. The notice to prosecutors triggers a 60-day window for them to bring lawsuits against the companies; if they fail to do so, CEH will then apparently take action. The advocacy group took similar action in 2012 against manufacturers and retailers of baby products such as changing pads, foam-cushioned mattress toppers and foam-cushioned upholstered furniture. The most recent CEH action apparently involves foam cushions in baby walkers, changing cushions and car seats. See Bloomberg BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter, March 25, 2013.