House Bill Filed to Lessen Lead-Paint Rule's Impact
Measure would restore opt-out provision, prohibit expansion to commercial work
Early-Bird RRP Certificate Holders Get One-Year Reprieve
EPA extends deadline to give it more time to change in-person training rule
Angie's List Poll: Consumers Getting Bad Advice on Lead-Paint Rule
The review company is excluding home improvement businesses from its list if they...
NLBMDA Dealers Take Their Message to Congress
Innocent Sellers Fairness Act, Lead Paint rule revisions, and preservation of the...
California Lead-Paint Fight's Future Uncertain
The outcome of a class action suit brought by nine California communities against three manufacturers is far from certain as the companies will most likely appeal a judge's order to pay $1.1 billion for lead paint mitigation.
California Judge Orders $1.1 Billion Lead-Paint Payment
A California judge said three companies shoud have none lead paint caused health problems and ordered them to pay $1.1 billion to nine communities for lead paint removal.
CA Judge Orders 3 Firms to Pay $1.1Billion for Lead-Paint Abatement
A Dec. 16 ruling in a 13-year-old California lawsuit marks major shift in lead-paint decisions.
Steal This Idea! Color-Code Your Lumber
It's an ancient but still valuable idea: Paint the ends of your lumber with a...
House Bill Seeks To Revise Lead-Paint Rule
Twenty-two members of the House of Representatives caught up with their Senate colleagues May 22 by introducing legislation to lighten the burdens imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency's Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting rule.