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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The consumer response to the recall of two million baby cribs made by the Stork Craft company noted.
(New York: Dan Harris) The reasons for the recall of so many products made for children examined; details given about he lack of safety standards. [Kids in Danger director Nancy COWLES- says product safety testing is not required; states the industry stands in the way.] [Consumer Federation of America product safety Rachel WEINTRAUB- says consumers believe there are standards.] [Parent Michelle WITTE- wants mandatory safety checks.] [Safetymom.com Alison RHODES- defends manufacturers.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Harris, Dan
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