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November 24th, 2009
11:29 AM ET

(More) Trouble in Toyland

Just in time for the holidays, the U.S. Public Interest Research Group has released its annual list of dangerous toys.

We couldn't list all of 'em in the story we wrote up for 1p ET - so you can find more info here.

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Filed under: Kyra Phillips • On TV
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  1. Ted

    Yup and I bet like 99% are made in China. We have to find a way to make things in this country, yes it wont be the leading industry it once was but it could be a nice addition to our slumping economy! Business owner must find a medium ground when it come to which country they employ all in the name a certain profit margin. If people in this country cant find work to where they can buy things these same companies that are outsourcing our jobs will suffer as well. You cant outsource all the jobs and expect people in this country to buy your products so that you can meet your profit margin in the first place. Companies have been getting by up till now and if they dont change their ways soonb they will be in the same postion a lot of Americans find themselves in right now!

    November 24, 2009 at 2:19 pm |
  2. Lina Moussa

    Hello Kyra,

    I am in the area of Environmental Engineering/Scientist with a Ph D and a graduate certificate in Environmental Management.

    I reside in California and am looking for an employment opportunity where I would like to apply my technical experience and knowledge in water treatment and management..
    Willing to acquire any license/certificate that contribute to higher efficiency and knowledge for my work.

    Please advise!

    Lina Moussa

    November 24, 2009 at 3:09 pm |
  3. Rose

    you know Simon Bolivar was my hero

    November 25, 2009 at 7:38 am |