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New York Assembly Voted to Ban PFAS From ‘Common Apparel.’ Here’s What That Means.

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The New York Assembly on Tuesday approved a bill that would ban the intentional inclusion of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, otherwise known as PFAS, from common apparel. It will now head to the State Senate for a vote. Backed by Assemblywoman Patricia Fahy and State Senator Brad Hoylman, the measure known as S.6291 and A.7063-A…

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