Tell The Consumer Product Safety Commission: Label Toxic Toys!

CPSC Commissioner:

A recent survey by the U.S. PIRG Education Fund found significant concentrations of boron, as high as 4,700 parts per million (ppm) in popular slime toys -- 15 times the limit in the European Union. Boron at these levels can sicken children, and many other countries have already taken action to limit or ban these dangerous toy slimes. Protect our children by adequately labeling toys that contain a boron concentration of 300 ppm or higher.