An activist group announced on April 15, 2013, that it had reached a settlement in a case brought under California’s Proposition 65, which requires manufacturers to label products that contain substances identified by the state as harmful. The settling defendant is one of many that the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) sued over use of chlorinated Tris, considered a carcinogen under California law. In addition to eliminating the flame retardant from mats it sells in California, the defendant will pay CEH $25,000. See San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, 2013.