How the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act could forever change the supply chain
In 2008, Congress passed the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, a wide-sweeping bill designed to improve the safety of children's products. The legislation, implemented in stages throughout the past two years, lowered limits on hazardous substances such as lead and phthalates, increased funding for the Consumer Product Safety Commission, imposed new testing requirements on manufacturers, and established broad documentation requirements for all participants throughout the supply chain.
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