Issue: Child safety
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H.R.5616 - Light Bulb Freedom of Choice ActReferred to the Subcommittee Mar 14, 2008 (110th congress) 5 Views
To provide for the repeal of the phase out of incandescent light bulbs unless the Comptroller General makes certain specific findings.
S.Res.488Submitted in the Senate, considered, and agreed Mar 14, 2008 (110th congress) 0 Views
A resolution designating the week beginning March 16, 2008, as "National Safe Place Week".
S.2663 - CPSC Reform ActConsidered by Senate Mar 06, 2008 (110th congress) 11 Views
A bill to reform the Consumer Product Safety Commission to provide greater protection for children's products, to improve the screening of non...
H.R.5466 - Invest in KIDS ActReferred to the Subcommittee Feb 18, 2008 (110th congress) 0 Views
To improve outcomes for vulnerable children by investing in families, improving accountability in the child welfare system, and finding safe, ...
H.R.5471Introduced Feb 14, 2008 (110th congress) 0 Views
To require the Consumer Product Safety Commission to prescribe rules requiring distinctive markings on toy and look-alike firearms.
H.Res.925Introduced Jan 16, 2008 (110th congress) 0 Views
Condemning the People's Republic of China for its socially unacceptable business practices, including the manufacturing and exportation of uns...
H.R.4850 - STEP UP Act of 2007Referred to the House Committee Dec 19, 2007 (110th congress) 0 Views
To amend the Consumer Product Safety Act to increase the civil penalties for certain violations relating to children's products containing lead.
H.R.4498 - Tory Jo's Loophole AMBER Response Act of 2007Referred to the Subcommittee Jan 14, 2008 (110th congress) 1 Views
To amend title III of the PROTECT Act to modify the standards for the issuance of alerts through the AMBER Alert communications network to ass...
H.R.4265 - Phylicia's LawReferred to the Subcommittee Feb 05, 2008 (110th congress) 1 Views
To help keep students safe on school-run, overnight, off-premises field trips.
H.R.4266 - Katie Elise and Meghan Agnes ActIntroduced Dec 04, 2007 (110th congress) 1 Views
To direct the Consumer Product Safety Commission to issue regulations concerning the safety and labeling of certain furniture.