(a) A manufacturer shall not replace a chemical whose use is prohibited in section 325F.175 with a chemical known to the manufacturer to have been identified on the basis of credible scientific evidence by a state, federal, or international agency as being known or suspected with a high degree of probability to:
(1) harm the normal development of a fetus or child or cause other developmental toxicity;
(2) cause cancer, genetic damage, or reproductive harm;
(3) disrupt the endocrine or hormone system; or
(4) damage the nervous system, immune system, or organs, or cause other systemic toxicity.
(b) For the purposes of this section, international agency does not include an agency affiliated with a country on the U.S. Department of State list of state sponsors of terrorism or the U.S. Department of Treasury list of countries with trade restrictions or sanctions.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes