• I wish the best for a used children’s products exemption to CPSIA. Protection for a poor child from a winter wind is a worthy goal. But case-by-case exemptions do not solve the basic problem of emotionally driven witch-doctor legislation. Mighty efforts and vast expenditures are mustered to eliminate risks that are non existent.

  • Hmmmm . . . what about using the Americans with Disabilities Act to claim that the CPSIA discriminates against disabled workers, such as those at Goodwill?
    Seems like a concept, as the ADA has been used (misused/abused?) in the past to attempt to override laws like trucking and airplane safety laws.