The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill (H.R. 4212) titled “The Drywall Safety Act of 2012” that would require the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to adopt standards for domestic and imported drywall, including limitations on the sulfur content and a labeling provision for traceability purposes. The bill also sets forth “the sense of Congress” that Chinese companies which sold purportedly contaminated drywall in this country should submit to the jurisdiction of U.S. courts currently considering property damage and personal injury suits against drywall makers and installers and provide remedies to homeowners “that have problematic drywall in their homes.”