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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Kathleen Waugh
"We are pleased that this matter is fully resolved and is now behind us," said Kathleen Waugh, spokeswoman for privately held Toys R Us, based in Wayne, N.J.
Though Toys R Us regularly tests the products it sells for lead, Ms. Waugh said, the May tests were prompted by Wal-Mart's decision that month to recall lead-tainted vinyl bibs from its stores nationwide.