Children's Products

Consumer Information

Press Releases

Testimony and Comments


Consumer Information

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Press Releases

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Testimony and Comments

  • CFA's Rachel Weintraub's Testimony Before CPSC Addressing Agenda and Priorities, 07/24/2014. (PDF)
  • Group Letter Urging Senate to Co-Sponsor Hide No Harm Act, 06/19/2014. (PDF)
  • Pediatricians and Consumer Advocates Ask CPSC for Action on High-Powered Magnet Safety Standards, 10/22/2013. (PDF)
  • CFA and KID File Comments to U.S. CPSC on Safety Standard for Carriages and Strollers, 08/05/2013. (PDF)
  • Testimony Before CPSC Addressing Agenda and Priorities FY 2015 and 2015, 07/10/2013. (PDF)
  • CFA Consumer and Safety Organizations Petition the U.S. CPSC to Issue Mandatory Standards to Make Window Covering Cords Safer for Children, 05/23/2013. (PDF)
  • Consumer and Children's Groups  Letter to New York State Assembly Speaker Supporting A.812 and S.3678, Window Blinds Safety Bill, 05/03/2013. (PDF)
  • Consumer and Children's Groups  Letter to New York State Assembly Majority Leader Supporting A.812 and S.3678, Window Blinds Safety Bill, 05/03/2013. (PDF)
  • Consumer Groups Call on CPSC to Recall the Bumbo Baby Seat, 02/07/12. (PDF)
  • Changes to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act Fact Sheet, 08/15/11. (PDF)
  • Group Letter to CPSC Supports 100 ppm Lead Standard in Children's Products, 07/12/11. (PDF)
  • CFA's Rachel Weintraub testifies before Senate Commerce subcommittee on Product Safety in the Holiday Season, 12/02/10. (PDF)
  • CFA Comments to CPSC on Regulations Restricting Cadmium in Children’s Products, 10/18/10. (PDF)
  • CFA Comments to CPSC on Safety Standards for Full-Size Baby Cribs and Non-Full-Size Baby Cribs, 10/06/10. (PDF)
  • Comments to CPSC on Technological Feasibility of 100 ppm for Lead Content in Children's Products, 09/27/10. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Safety Standards for Toddler Beds, 07/13/10. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Safety Standards for Bassinets and Cradles, 07/13/10. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Notice of Requirements for Accrediation, 07/06/10. (PDF)
  • Comments of CFA, CU, Kids in Danger, and Public Citizen to the CPSC on Interpretation of 'Children's Product', 06/21/10. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Safety Standards for Infant Bath Seats, 11/17/09. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Safety Standards for Infant Walkers, 11/17/09. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC Regarding the Interim Final Intrepretative Rule on Civil Penalty of the Consumer Production Safety Improvement Act, 10/01/09. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Section 101 Electronic Devices Interim Rule, 03/16/09. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to CPSC Regarding Section 101 Inaccessible Component Parts, 02/17/09. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to CPSC on Laboratory Accreditation Process for Crib and Pacifier Testing, 11/21/08. (PDF)
  • Comments of CU, CFA, and Kids in Danger to the CPSC on Labeling Requirements for Toy and Game Advertisements, 11/20/08. (PDF)
  • Consumer Groups Request $2 million Increase for CPSC's Budget, 04/07/05. (PDF)
  • Testimony of Rachel Weintraub before CPSC at Hearing on Baby Bath Seat Petition, 07/28/03. (PDF)
  • Testimony of Rachel Weintraub on U.S. CPSC Reauthorization, 06/17/03. (PDF)
  • Statement of Rachel Weintraub in Response to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's Denial of the Consumer Federation of America's Petition Requesting Rulemaking to Require Product Registration Cards for Children's Products, 03/10/03. (PDF)
  • Petition for Product Registration Cards for Products Intended for Children, 02/21/03. (PDF)
  • Consumer Groups Oppose Giving Segways Unfettered Access to Trails and Sidewalks without Safety Hearing First, 02/10/03. (PDF)
  • Consumer Groups Oppose Addition of Segway Language Until Hearing on Safety Issues, 07/23/02. (Read More)

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