Consumer Tips

Manufacturers must do more to keep toxins out of our toys

By | Grace Brombach
Consumer Watchdog Associate

Parents don’t usually expect the toys they buy to threaten their kid’s health -- especially when that toy is a smiling train from a popular kids show.

In a win for consumer protection and transparency in the marketplace, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will keep its complaint database public.

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