Crib-Makers Approve Tougher Safety Tests

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Major crib manufacturers on Wednesday agreed to perform tougher safety tests on cribs before they are sold, a victory for consumer advocates who have pushed for years for stronger tests in the wake of babies’ deaths. That’s the lead sentence of an article in the Chicago Tribune last week. Of course I’ve written many times about the safety hazards of drop-side cribs, and I’m very glad to see this good news, finally.

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