Every student in the Chicago Public School system needs to be shown this article. Then the next time a teacher tells them to "show their work" after writing just an answer for a test, the student can point to the article and say "You first!"
The Court hereby imposes a penalty of $1,000 per day, per person or entity...
So, that means for the four (4) persons (e.g., Steele, Hansmeier, Duffy, & Gibbs), and three (3) entities (e.g., AF Holdings, Ingenuity 13, and Prenda), that are specifically called out at the beginning of the same paragraph, that's $7,000 per day they are on the hook for! WOW!
It's actually more noise inducing that the summary here, because it requires a warning sign on any business property that may contain said chemicals. That's right, you'd be hard pressed to find any food establishment (fast food, restaurant, even Starbucks) that does *NOT* have a Prop 65 warning sign because of the cleaning solutions used.