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Santa joins the fight to ban toxic chemicals in children's toys

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New Report Finds Toxic Toys in Long Island

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Our work to eliminate toxic chemicals from children's toys and products continues in Long Island with the release of a new report highlighting the presence of lead, cobalt, mercury, and other dangerous chemicals in items on the shelves now.

Learn more about our work and the joint report with Clean and Healthy New York.

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Report Finds Toxic Toys in Westchester County

Dangerous chemicals could be on the shelves this holiday season. A recent report shows that many toys currently for sale in Westchester County contain known carcinogens, lead, mercury, and more harmful chemicals.

Find out which toys have these chemicals in our joint report with Clean and Healthy New York.

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Major Victory For Children's Health In Albany County

Less than a month after a major report by the NYLCV Education Fund found dangerous chemicals in children's toys and products in Albany County, the County Legislature voted on Dec. 8 on Local Law "J" to ban the sale of toys and products containing the most toxic chemicals. The law passed 35-4, enjoying broad bipartisan support. The bill now goes to County Executive Daniel McCoy for consideration.

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