The state will first scrutinize foam used for insulation and children's bedding, and paint and varnish strippers.
The watershed law requires manufacturers to reformulate commonplace products, removing toxic chemicals.
Despite documented health risks, the industry keeps ramping up spending and has prevented any reform.
The largest US drugstore chain launched a toxic-free line of personal care porduct and cleaners in anticipation of pending federal legislation.
Adidas joined rivals Puma and Nike in pledging to eliminate hazardous chemical discharges throughout its entire supply chain.
60% of car seats contain at least one of the most dangerous chemicals.
The US government released a report this month that officially lists formaldehyde as a carcinogen, after many years of pressure not to from the American Chemistry Council.