More Controversy Finds CPSC Head

Law360 (November 2, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Causing eyebrows to raise even further, The Washington Post is reporting that the previous and current head of the Consumer Product Safety Commission took all-expense paid trips on the dime of some of the manufacturers at the center of the recent toy recall scare.

On Friday, the newspaper claimed that it had discovered, based on internal agency documents, that current chairwoman Nancy Nord and her predecessor Hal Stratton took approximately 30 “gift” trips since 2002 at the expense of lobbying groups and the manufacturers they are...
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