Posted on Jun 07, 2009

As part of a settlement reached with the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Fisher-Price and its parent, Mattel, agreed to a $2.3 million fine for introducing into the stream of commerce children's toys that contained elevated lead levels.

The toys that were part of the massive toy recall in 2007 of the Chinese-made toys included Elmo, Big Bird and Dora the Explorer, as well as Barbie dolls.


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