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The Law That Put Consumers First at the CPSC

Inez Moore Tenenbaum | Posted 10.13.2013 | Business
Inez Moore Tenenbaum

Congress recognized that consumer confidence would increase if certain key safety standards were made mandatory, instead of being voluntary. The result: all of the nation's toy standards are mandatory.

Marcus Baram

Lead Limits In Toys Not Necessary For 8-Year-Olds, Debates House

HuffingtonPost.com | Marcus Baram | Posted 06.07.2011 | Business

Welcome to "The Watchdog," which will keep a close eye on regulatory agencies and how their actions impact the lives of everyday Americans. Though the...

Keeping a Strong Safety Net in Place for Children

Inez Moore Tenenbaum | Posted 06.07.2011 | Politics
Inez Moore Tenenbaum

We understand that Congress must be mindful of the effect of regulations on the business sector. However, the reversal of several of the core provisions of the CPSIA would likely diminish the health and safety of our nation's consumers.

In The Public Interest: The House Votes to Deny Consumers Information About Dangerous Products

Elizabeth Hitchcock | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Elizabeth Hitchcock

We've already begun to see positive effects of the 2008 product safety law on the toy safety landscape. We must not turn back the clock now.

An Objective, Evidence-Based Opposition to ObamaCare

Deane Waldman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Deane Waldman

TennCare was a single payer approach that was tried in Tennessee in 1994. It nearly bankrupted the state, forced the governor to raise taxes, and ultimately required rationing care.