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KIDS’ SCHOOL LUNCHES NOW SAFER

For years, America’s schoolchildren have been eating beef, chicken and other foods that would have been rejected as substandard even by fast food chains. Thanks in part to our advocacy, the U.S.D.A. has stopped buying such low-quality meat for school lunches.

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News Release | Food

Senate Passes Historic Food Safety Bill

HARTFORD - Statement of ConnPIRG's Federal Public Health Advocate, Liz Hitchcock on the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, which passed the U.S. Senate by a 73 to 25 vote earlier this morning.

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Hartford Courant: Senate Passes Food-Safety Legislation

After languishing for more than a year, a food-safety bill that has enjoyed strong bipartisan support passed the Senate on Tuesday, raising prospects for tougher and more extensive federal inspections and other safeguards.

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New Haven Register: Report: Dangers Lurk on Toy Shelves

Stores still stock toys with hazardous chemicals and potential choking hazards, according to a new report, and consumer advocates and state officials are warning parents to be vigilant while shopping this holiday season.

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Trouble in Toyland: The 25th Annual Survey of Toy Safety

The 2010 Trouble in Toyland report is the 25th annual Connecticut Public Interest Research Group (ConnPIRG) survey of toy safety.  In this report, ConnPIRG provides safety guidelines for consumers when purchasing toys for small children and provides examples of toys currently on store shelves that may pose potential safety hazards.

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