Holiday Shoppers Weigh In on Toy Safety Service

This Christmas season, after scandals over the safety of Chinese imports, many parents worry about buying toys contaminated with lead. The nonprofit group Moms Rising has started a new text-message service that allows shoppers to check a database with information about the safety of specific products.

Andrea Seabrook visits a Washington-area Wal-Mart to find out how Christmas shoppers react to the new service.

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