For the consumer products industry, there is little question that state green chemistry laws are becoming increasingly complex and challenging. Laws are in place from California to Maine, and proposals are bubbling up around the country. States as diverse as Connecticut, New York, Florida, Oregon, and even Mississippi are considering their own green chemistry laws. Although it’s doubtful that all of these laws will pass, some will, and with it the landscape of chemical compliance will continue to be more complicated and costly. Barring TSCA reform (never a sure thing, though this year it seems more possible than ever), or other federal action, companies need to carefully thread their way through the various requirements. To get an overview of the state of the states when it comes to green chemistry laws and chemical limits, see this Keller and Heckman LLP client alert here.