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Resource ID: #24792
Subject: Health
Source: Associated Press
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Date: 01/10/2010; 01/12/2010; 01/14/2010; 05/10/2010; 05/19/2010; 10/06/2010; 11/22/2010

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After U.S. lawmakers barred toy manufacturers from using lead in their products, they began replacing that ingredient with cadmium. Products containing the equally as dangerous ingredient were on the shelves of many national chain stories, including Wal-mart. The reporter shows evidence that Wal-Mart knew some of its products were contaminated and had no plans to stop selling them.

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