Ashland professor warned of lead in keychains 16 months before recall

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Washington -- The Consumer Product Safety Commission, struggling to improve its reputation, faces a new challenge with an Ohio professor's claim that the agency waited 16 months before recalling a product with an alarming level of lead.

An untold number of children may have ingested lead, which can harm brain development and even cause death, during that lag time.

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