The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) today issued a press release, announcing that there will be a stay for implementation of enforcement for new lead limits in children’s products effective February 10.
The press release stated that no penalties would be imposed for anyone making, importing, distributing, or selling an ordinary children’s book printed after 1985.
Click here to read the CPSC press release.
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