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Washington Attorney General: Amazon must remove toxic school supplies, kid’s jewelry from marketplace nationwide, pay AG's office $700,000

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  1. spit-evil-olive-tips Link
    As a Washington resident I've been very happy with AG Ferguson, this included. He's previously gone after Motel 6 for disclosing customer information to law enforcement without a warrant, Google...

    As a Washington resident I've been very happy with AG Ferguson, this included.

    He's previously gone after Motel 6 for disclosing customer information to law enforcement without a warrant, Google and Facebook for violating campaign finance laws, McDonald's and several other companies to end non-compete restrictions for fast food workers.

    And my personal favorite, stopping restaurants from mislabeling fish used in sushi.

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  2. krg Link
    When at cheap dollar stores that sell what I'd mostly consider crap, I'll half-jokingly tell whoever I'm with that I won't buy any of the junk because the manufacturers sprinkle lead on everything...

    When at cheap dollar stores that sell what I'd mostly consider crap, I'll half-jokingly tell whoever I'm with that I won't buy any of the junk because the manufacturers sprinkle lead on everything before it leaves assembly lines.

    Guess it's less-than half-joking, now.

    Great that they're taking measures to mitigate the issue, but I wish they'd extend those measures to all products meant to be used by living things.

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