At yesterday’s meeting, the California OEHHA’s Carcinogen Identification Committee (CIC) decided to not to list fluoride as a carcinogen, and declined to put bisphenol A on the high priority list for consideration as a carcinogen under Prop 65. The CIC did decide to put TDCPP, a flame retardant used in foam furniture, on the list. Manufacturers will have 12 months from the date of the posting of the notice to be issued in the next week to place Prop 65 labels on their products containing TDCPP.