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Celebrate end of lead ban with youth motorcycle, ATV promotions

- dealernews.com, August 11, 2011

Exemption aims to exclude youth ATVs from lead law

- forbes.com, August 11, 2011

Fix bill would make products safer, not less so

- sunsentinel.com, July 24, 2011

Fix the CPSIA

- learningresources.com, July 2011

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MIC News Releases

Obama Signs CPSIA Amendment into Law Ending Ban on Youth OHVs

- August 12, 2011

Senate Joins House in Passing Bill to Exempt Youth ATVs and Dirtbikes from CPSIA's Lead Content Provisions

- August 01, 2011

House Takes First Step in Stopping Ban on Youth ATVs and Dirtbikes by Exempting Them from CPSIA's Lead Provisions

- August 01, 2011

Motorcycle Industry Council Applauds Subcommittee Passage of Draft Legislation that Would Stop the Ban on Youth Off-Highway Vehicles

- May 12, 2011

Motorcycle Industry Council Endorses New Legislation to Stop the Lead Ban on Youth Off-Highway Vehicles

- May 11, 2011

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Regulatory/Legislative Activity

H.R. 2715 CPSIA Reform Bill in its entirety and summary.
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Discussion Draft of "Enhancing CPSC Authority and Discretion Act of 2011"
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Klobuchar-Tester Amendment No. 264: To exempt off-highway vehicles from the ban on lead in children's products
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CPSC Notice of Commission Action on the Stay of Enforcement of Testing and Certification Requirements
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Petitions, Testimony & Letters

Letter from Paul Vitrano, General Counsel, Motorcycle Industry Council, submitted to Rep. Mary Bono Mack, in support of "Enhancing CPSC Authority and Discretion Act of 2011"
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Written Testimony of Paul C. Vitrano, General Counsel, Motorcycle Industry Council, submitted to U.S. House Subcommitte on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade - April 7, 2011
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Summary of Testimony of Paul C. Vitrano, General Counsel, Motorcycle Industry Council, submitted to U.S. House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade - April 7, 2011
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Letter from Paul Vitrano, General Counsel, Motorcycle Industry Council, submitted to U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee for February 17, 2011 hearing entitled “A Review of CPSIA and CPSC Resources”
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