REPORT: Dirt bikes for kids legal once again... for the moment
After a great deal of protracted negotiations, the CPSC and officials representing motorcycle manufacturers and dealers have come to an agreement of sorts that will remove the federal ban on children's motor vehicles. Policymakers have proposed a "stay of enforcement," meaning that it's likely a temporary arrangement, and state attorneys general aren't bound to abide by the proposal.
The Motorcycle Industry Council seems pleased that action has taken place, but is calling for Congress to end the ban entirely.
[Source: The New York Times, MIC]
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