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#1 posted 04-28-2007 10:41 PM

Hi Bill, I saw a program a week ago that spoke of the fact that all the furniture buisiness that were in California left because of California’s clean air laws (reduction of formaldehyde and other immissions from stains and other finishes). I didn’t know that had happened. I have no problem with requiring less toxic materials to be used on wood because it helps all of us that work with it. Of course, someone in business will have a different view because such laws can and usually do increase cost. For the struggling woodworkers that can’t sell their goods for what they are worth, it may bring them closer in cost as those imports and large manufacturers. Only time will tell.

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