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December 17, 2012


Nancy Cowles

Thanks for sharing this important information. Not noted in the CPSC release is the issue of furniture and television design. Dressers and other furniture items could be designed in such a way that more than one drawer won't open at a time, eliminating the 'stairs' effect that children use to climb AND designed to be weighted in such a way that they won't tip over so easily. For the furniture and TV's you own today, please follow CPSC advice and anchor. For the future, let's put creative minds to work making safer furniture.

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