February 13, 2007
Senate Bill Would Extend Consumer Product Safety Commission Authority Despite Vacancy
According to a Morning News article, on Tuesday the Senate Commerce Committee advanced legislation that would restore the authority of the Consumer Product Safety Commission that lapsed because of a panel vacancy. The measure, which was sponsored by Sen. Mark Prior, D-Ark., would allow the commissioners to conduct routine business despite a vacancy on the Commission, for an additional six months. The bill now goes to the full Senate.
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