USA Today: “Nearly two years after the [Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act] was enacted, Congress and the Consumer Product Safety Commission are still struggling to reduce its burden on small businesses while eliminating the risk of lead and phthalates in children’s products. . . . A coalition of small businesses and manufacturers, the Alliance for Children’s Product Safety, has been aggressively fighting the law, saying it is threatening the livelihoods of mom and pop shops like Hertzler’s and costing larger manufacturers billions in lost sales and compliance.”
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