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December 31, 2007

A Congressional Push for Increased Product Safety

Jim Tankersley and Maurice Possley note in a Chicago Tribune article that "[a] year of recalls and lead scares in the toy industry is spurring Congress toward the largest overhaul in decades of the nation's product safety watchdog," and that "House and Senate leaders say the question isn't whether Congress will send President Bush a product safety bill early next year; it's how far the reforms will go."  The article is a good summary of recent Congressional action relating to product safety.   

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