Check These Stories Out
The Post ran two consumer stories today that you shouldn't miss. First, the Consumer Product Safety Commission is voting today on a rule that would restrict consumers from seeking damages under state laws governing faulty products in the case of mattresses that catch fire, the most recent rule changes undertaken by several agencies.
Second, the federal government yesterday issued an official definition of whole-grain foods. The long-awaited nutritional guidance is designed to help consumers sort through a confusing -- and sometimes misleading -- array of foods that purport to contain whole grains but often do not.
2 p.m. Update: Also worth noting from The Kansas City Star: "California's attorney general sued H&R Block Inc. on Wednesday, alleging that the Kansas City firm's marketing of income tax refund anticipation loans violates California and federal laws."
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