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Lead Free Toys Act of 2005

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A bill to direct the Consumer Product Safety Commission to classify certain children's products containing lead to be banned hazardous substances.

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11/17/2005Introduced in Senate

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11/17/2005Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
Action By: Senate
11/17/2005Sponsor introductory remarks on measure. (CR S13175)
Action By: Senate

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CosponsorDate Cosponsored
Sen. Mikulski, Barbara A. [D-MD] 04/03/2006
Sen. Clinton, Hillary Rodham [D-NY] 04/26/2006
Sen. Durbin, Richard J. [D-IL] 07/27/2006

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Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation11/17/2005 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (11/17/2005)

Lead Free Toys Act of 2005 - Directs the Consumer Product Safety Commission to prescribe regulations classifying any children's product containing lead to be a banned hazardous substance within the meaning of the Hazardous Substances Act.

Requires the Commission, if it determines that it is not feasible for certain electronic devices to comply with such regulations as of the effective date, to: (1) issue standards to reduce the exposure of and accessibility to lead in such electronic devices; and (2) establish a schedule by which such electronic devices must be in full compliance with the regulations.