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Unsafe toys still get to shelves

Small parts, certain plastics pose hazards

10:28 PM, Nov. 23, 2012
Bruce Speight is field director with Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group.
Bruce Speight is field director with Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group.
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On excursions to toy stores this holiday shopping season, remember to keep your Christmas phthalate-free.

Also watch out for cadmium, lead, magnets, small parts that could present a choking hazard and anything that exceeds noise standards.

This is the message that Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group has been putting out for 27 years, and while consumers are slowly getting it, toy manufacturers continue to put out products that are dangerous to children. ...

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