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Children's Product Maker Graco Fined $4 Million

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Children's Product Maker Graco Fined $4 Million

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Children's Product Maker Graco Fined $4 Million

Children's Product Maker Graco Fined $4 Million

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Graco Children's Products agrees to pay a $4 million penalty for late reporting of problems with its products, including high chairs and strollers. It's the largest civil penalty issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Christopher Conkey of The Wall Street Journal talks about the fine.

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