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June 09, 2009


Michael Shaw

It is more than a bit ironic that this record fine came under a law dating back to 1978--and that same law proscribed the lead charm that killed CPSIA poster child Jarnell Brown.

Given that lead in paint is essentially the only meaningful hazard mentioned in CPSIA, no better proof is needed that CPSIA is a complete and horrific waste.

Just another milestone in the miserable career of Henry Waxman, our Congress' true-life version of revenge of the nerds.

For more realism on regulatory matters, check out my blog--

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