Darn it - I thought we could only trust websites ending in "dot gov". In my last post, I noted an amendment submitted by Senators Klobuchar and Tester to save ATVs the trauma of complying with the CPSIA on lead. Three years later and they decide to do this . . . . Anyhow, I found the draft in the Congressional Record and thought that's it. My bad.
Apparently, you CAN'T believe everything our sainted government spews out on its website. Go figure. he reference to deleting the word "any" in subpart (b) is apparently NOT part of the bill. Here is the document actually submitted by Ms. Klobuchar and Mr. Tester and subpart (b) is gone. Where did it go? Who knows. Anyhow, the provision made no sense so I won't miss it. The sneaky effort to change the CPSIA in an amendment to a moving bill remains active nonetheless.
Please keep all this in mind the next time you place all your faith in a "dot gov" website!