By  on April 2, 2009

WASHINGTON — Saying the costly requirements of a new consumer product safety law are forcing them out of business, hundreds of business executives rallied on Capitol Hill Wednesday and urged lawmakers to make changes in the measure.

The business owners argue the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, which went into effect last year, has had a devastating financial impact because it mandates strict standards on lead and testing requirements on a broad range of children’s and tween products.

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