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Toys / Made in China #951285

FNC Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced. noted.

(New York: Todd Connor) Parents’ concerns over Chinese-made toys this holiday shopping season following the recent bout of recalls over lead paint, magnets and dangerous chemicals featured; statistics cited; Mattel Internet video shown; details given on the dangerous chemicals in Aqua-Dots. [Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Julie VALLESE†- says we cannot promise there will be no future recalls; comments on the scrutiny and inspection of current products.] [Quantex laboratories Dr. James MENOUTIS†- talks about testing the toys.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) California’s attorney general’s lawsuit against toy makers and retailers over lead-tainted toys noted.

Smith, Shepard;
Connor, Todd

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