FOX 43: Annual Survey Finds Toxic Toys on Store Shelves

Just days before the official start of the holiday shopping season the Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group released its 26th annual report on this year’s most dangerous toys.

Patriot-News: Report targets unsafe toys in time for holidays

Consumer watchdog the Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group announced this morning it’s better if some toys are never purchased for under the Christmas tree.

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ABC 27: Pa. group warns parents of dangers in certain toys

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - A Pennsylvania consumer group is warning parents about to begin their holiday shopping that some toys, even though they can be found on store shelves, are not safe for young children.

CBS 21: Which toys to buy for Christmas that are safe for kids?

For the 26th year, a research group has released their toy safety guide just in time for your holiday shopping.

Inquirer Consumer Blog: Pointlessly dangerous toys, 2011 edition

Toys made with lead and phthalates continue to pose needless risks to U.S. children, according to the annual "Trouble in Toyland" report from U.S. PIRG.  Its findings are worth keeping in mind this holiday season as you shop or unwrap gifts for your kids  - especially for the babies and toddlers most as risk.


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