By  on August 21, 2009

WASHINGTON — The Consumer Product Safety Commission has exempted textiles from lead testing requirements.

The panel, which posted the decision on its Web site Thursday, said it determined textile products typically do not contain levels of lead that are harmful to children and, therefore, don’t need to be subject to the law’s testing requirements.

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