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Dangerous infant swing

DENVER – The 10th Circuit affirmed that a baby swing manufacturer is not entitled to a preliminary injunction to stop administrative enforcement proceedings by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in relation to its infant lounger, the "Podster," which has been involved in two infant deaths. The company claims the commission’s composition is unconstitutional, but that claim is not enough to show it will suffer irreparable harm.

Read the ruling here.

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