CPSC: never mind

“Thanks for standing by for eight months after we told you to stop selling your infant slings pending a recall. We’ve decided no recall is needed. What, you’re out of business? Never mind.” [Commissioner Nancy Nord] (& Greenfield)

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  • Sad… but hardly surprising, right?

  • The incident in Germany with bean organic sprout should convince all that nothing is risk free, and we should concentrate on substantial risks. CPSC is absurity in capital letters.

  • […] Related, at my website Overlawyered: “Thanks for standing by for eight months after we told you to stop selling your infant slings pending a recall. We’ve decided no recall is needed. What, you’re out of business? Never mind.” Walter Olson • June 28, 2011 @ 9:26 am Filed under: General; Law and Civil Liberties; Regulatory StudiesTags: compliance, Compliance Costs, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, consumer protection, crib safety, economics, Nancy Nord, regulation, retail, safety, small business […]