U.S. Senate introduces amendment to keep youth motorbikes legal
Shortly thereafter, policymakers and the motorcycle industry came to a temporary agreement that put a stay of enforcement in place through the end of 2011. This workaround bought motorbike manufacturers and Capitol Hill extra time so that they could come up with a more elegant solution.
Now, that potential solution has been introduced to the floor in the form of Senate Amendment 264. Co-sponsored by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D - MN) and John Tester (D - MT), SA 264 would amend CPSIA to exclude youth off-highway vehicles from the lead law provisions.
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