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'Sluggish' agency slow to act on toxic baby products

One place consumers wouldn't expect to find highly toxic chemicals is in baby products. And yet, unassuming parents are buying car seats, crib mattresses and bumpers made with toxins. That's a failure of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, experts say.

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9:53

PUBLIC HEALTH

'Sluggish' agency slow to act on toxic baby products

One place consumers wouldn't expect to find highly toxic chemicals is in baby products. And yet, unassuming parents are buying car seats, crib mattresses and bumpers made with toxins. That's a failure of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, experts say.