A child’s car seat is the only consumer product that is required by law in all 50 states. Yet, at a time when both the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency are considering bans on potentially hazardous flame retardant … Read More...
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One of the most common critiques I get about my reporting on chemical flame retardants in car seats can be summed up with this Facebook comment on one of my posts:Look at how many of us survived... … [Continue...]
What began as a NewsMom editorial, expanded into a six month KPIX-CBS investigation exposing alleged false advertising, apparent legal loopholes and outdated federal regulations that … [Continue...]
After years of reporting on child identity theft and credit freezes, I set out to freeze my own toddler’s credit. What I discovered led to a year-long series of editorial blogs that ultimately prompted a new state law and the following series of KPIX … Read More...