Report Warns of Dangerous Toys on Holiday Shelves

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The Washington Post reports, “Despite a new law that bans six chemicals from children's products and lowers the lead limit for them, a public interest group has found a number of toys at major retailers that contain the chemicals and illegal amounts of lead.” The US Public Interest Research Group's (US PIRG) “report called "Trouble in Toyland,? found that while many manufacturers and retailers are complying with the new law, a handful are not, and it is hard for consumers to tell the difference.”

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