Your Government: U.S. consumer safety regulators typically take almost seven months to inform the public of dangerous products

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Date: January 31st, 2008

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WASHINGTON DC – U.S. consumer safety regulators typically take almost seven months to inform the public of dangerous products in cases where the manufacturers were fined for not promptly reporting the defect, watchdog group Public Citizen said on Thursday.
Companies that were fined for not timely reporting hazards took an average of 2.7 years to notify the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) of the problems, according to a report issued by the nonprofit group. Full StoryDiscount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News Marketplace
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One Response to “Your Government: U.S. consumer safety regulators typically take almost seven months to inform the public of dangerous products”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Your tax money at work keeping you safe.

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