By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
July 14, 2011

A Consumer Product Safety Commission panel voted Wednesday to lower the allowable levels of lead in toys made for children under 12.  The new standard, which takes effect next month, will require toys to be 99.99 percent lead-free, compared to the current standard of 99.97 percent.

(image via: http://babydickey.com/)

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