The legislation approved Friday bans five chemical flame retardants from children's products and furniture starting July 1, 2017. Flame retardants are commonly added to consumer products to slow the spread of fire. House Bill 2545 also directs the departments of Ecology and Health to review whether six additional flame retardants should be considered chemicals of concern to children and recommend whether their use in consumer products should be restricted.BURN, BABIES, BURN! Autocorrect has a habit of turning Fried Chicken into Fried Children. Comfort food for Chief Arsonist Inslee.
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