Stanislaus Students Want To Ban Perfumes, Hair Sprays On Campus

A group of students at California State University, Stanislaus, want school administrators to make their campus fragrance-free.

The group says musk-scented colognes or citrusy perfumes can be as toxic as second-hand smoke from cigarettes for those suffering from environmental sensitivity.

The students say the fragrances also can keep classmates from

Stanislaus State student body President Andrew Janz says students haven't come to a consensus about the issue.

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