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December 07, 2010

HTA Board Member Jill Chuckas Discusses CPSIA Regulation

Tue Dec 7 2010 14:52:00
Jill Chuckas runs a home based business making and selling children's items at Crafty Baby. She traveled to Washington, DC last week to testify before a Senate sub-committee on behalf of The Handmade Toy Alliance (HTA) about the CPSIA legislation. Jill joined AuctionBytes to talk about the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008, which was enacted in response to concerns about lead paint in children's toys. She discusses the impact of legislation on small businesses such as hers, and whether she thinks Congress is listening to their concerns. You can learn more about the issue on The Handmade Toy Alliance website, and see the testimony on Cspan. Run time: 15:48
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