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  • Week in Review: KID’s Visit to D.C.

    Posted on September 13, 2019

    This week, KID was in our nation’s capital meeting with decision makers to advocate for children’s product safety. With our coalition partners U.S. PIRG, The American Academy of Pediatrics, and Child Care Aware, we met with the U.S. CPSC Acting… Read More

  • Back to School, Back to Safety: Tips to Protect Your Family This School Year

    Posted on August 28, 2019

    Back to school season brings lots of changes and excitement, but even with all the new teachers and new friends to sit with at lunch, it’s important to remind yourself of safety tips to keep you and your family free… Read More

  • Facebook bans selling recalled products, yet customers still unable to report recalled items

    Posted on August 22, 2019

    Good news for consumers purchasing second-hand items online – Facebook Marketplace’s Commerce Policies states “listings may not promote the buying or selling of recalled products.” In May, KID called on Facebook to allow buyers to report items and sellers for… Read More

  • Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play: How to Participate in the Recall

    Posted on August 2, 2019

    In April, Fisher-Price recalled 4.7 million units of its Rock ‘n Play sleeper after it was involved in over 30 infant deaths. The Rock ‘n Play should not be used at home or in child care facilities because of the… Read More

  • The hazardous products database you may not have heard of

    Posted on July 25, 2019

    For many consumers, especially parents, a product’s safety is of great concern. Despite the belief that many consumers have that their products are free of hazards, each year millions of items are recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission… Read More

  • KID’s Interview with Congressman Tony Cárdenas

    Posted on July 18, 2019

    KID had the pleasure of interviewing Congressman Tony Cárdenas (D-CA-29) about children’s product safety issues and Congress’s role in keeping children safe. Rep. Cárdenas, a grandfather, recently introduced The Safe Sleep for Babies Act of 2019 (H.R.3172). This bill would… Read More

  • News Update from Washington: Three Child Safety Bills Pass House Commerce Committee

    Posted on July 17, 2019

    Today marks an important victory for KID, consumer advocates, and families with the passage of three key child product safety bills in the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. The bills will now be sent to the full House. The… Read More

  • What the CPSC is not allowed to tell you

    Posted on July 10, 2019

    As U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Commissioner Elliot Kaye described at a recent congressional hearing, “people die because of [Section] 6(b)”. And while Section 6(b) isn’t a drug or a weapon, it is an unknown section of the law… Read More

  • Summer Vacation Hotel and Airbnb Safety

    Posted on June 20, 2019

    With summer (almost) in full swing, many families are taking time to plan vacations away from home, including staying at hotels and Airbnbs. It’s easy for parents to assume that all furniture in these locations are up to code and… Read More

  • National Safety Month – Prevent Unintentional Injuries

    Posted on June 12, 2019

    June is National Safety Month. Although people often shrug and say that injuries are just something that happens, that’s usually not true. Unintentional injuries such as drowning, car crashes, choking, and poisoning are the leading cause of death for children…. Read More

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