Will California taxpayers have to take on lead paint fixes?
Two paint manufacturers, Sherwin Williams and Conagra, that want to wipe out potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in legal obligations could send the issue to voters. They could have enough signatures today to put their initiative on California's November ballot. The manufacturers want to dedicate taxpayer money to remove lead paint from homes and schools. The measure would undo a pricey court ruling that holds them accountable for selling toxic paint. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports.