Prop 65 was originally a 1986 California voter initiative known as California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 and was intended to protect citizens and sources of drinking water from harmful chemicals. Prop 65 is a ‘right-to-know’ statute that requires every business in the chain of commerce to be sure that California Consumers receive “clear and reasonable” warnings prior to being exposed to any of the ever-growing list of chemicals.