Congressman pushing legislation to help avoid defective product injuries

November 20, 2007

The News & Observer reported that a congressman is pushing for further legislation to revamp the agency in charge of regulating and enforcing toy safety after the recent slew of defective product recalls.

A consumer group releases an annual report before the holiday season outlining potentially hazardous toys that could cause North Carolina defective product injuries in children.

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