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(2) A regulation under paragraph (1) granting an exemption for a flammability standard or other regulation of a State or political subdivision of a State may be promulgated by the Commission only after it has provided, in accordance with section 553(b) of title 5, United States Code, notice with respect to the promulgation of the regulation and has provided opportunity for the oral presentation of views_respecting its promulgation. (d) For purposes of this section

(1) a reference to a flammability standard or other regulation for a fabric, related material, or product in effect under this Act includes a standard of flammability continued in effect by section 11 of the Act of December 14, 1967 (Public Law 90– 189); and

(2) the term “Commission” means the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

CONGRESSIONAL VETO OF FLAMMABILITY REGULATIONS

or

SEC. 17. (1204) (a) The Consumer Product Safety Commission shall transmit to the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives a copy of any flammability regulation promulgated by the Commission under section 4.

(b) Any regulation specified in subsection (a) shall not take effect if

(1) within the ninety calendar days of continuous session of the Congress which occur after the date of the promulgation of such regulation, both Houses of the Congress adopt a concurrent resolution, the matter after the resolving clause of which is as follows (with the blank spaces appropriately filled): "That the Congress disapproves the flammability regulation which was promulgated under the Flammable Fabrics Act by the Consumer Product Safety Commission with respect to

and which was transmitted to the Congress on

and disapproves the regulation for the following reasons:

(2) within the sixty calendar days of continuous session of the Congress which occur after the date of the promulgation of such regulation, one House of the Congress adopts such concurrent resolution and transmits such resolution to the other House and such resolution is not disapproved by such other House within the thirty calendar days of continuous session of the Congress which occur after the date of such transmittal.

(c) Congressional inaction on, or rejection of, a concurrent resolution of disapproval under this section shall not be construed as an expression of approval of the regulation involved, and shall not be construed to create any presumption of validity with respect to such regulation. (d) For purposes of this section

(1) continuity of session is broken only by an adjournment of the Congress sine die; and

(2) the days on which either House is not in session because of an adjournment of more than three days to a day certain are excluded in the computation of the periods of continuous session of the Congress specified in subsection (b).

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT

(References in brackets ( ) are to title 15, United States Code)

[Public Law 92-573; Oct. 27, 1972]

SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1. (2051nt] This Act may be cited as the “Consumer Product Safety Act".

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. Findings and purposes.
Sec. 3. Definitions.
Sec. 4. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Sec. 5. Product safety information and research.
Sec. 6. Public disclosure of information.
Sec. 7. Consumer product safety standards.
Sec. 8. Banned hazardous products.
Sec. 9. Administrative procedure applicable to promulgation of consumer product

safety rules. 1
Sec. 10. Commission responsibility-petition for consumer product safety rule. 2
Sec. 11. Judicial review of consumer product safety rules.
Sec. 12. Imminent hazards.
Sec. 13. Repealed.
Sec. 14. Product certification and labeling.
Sec. 15. Notification and repair, replacement, or refund.
Sec. 16. Inspection and recordkeeping.
Sec. 17. Imported products.
Sec. 18. Exports.
Sec. 19. Prohibited acts.
Sec. 20. Civil penalties.
Sec. 21. Criminal penalties.
Sec. 22. Injunctive enforcement and seizure.
Sec. 23. Suits for damages by persons injured.
Sec. 24. Private enforcement of product safety rules and of section 15 orders.
Sec. 25. Effect on private remedies.
Sec. 26. Effect on Štate standards.
Sec. 27. Additional functions of Commission.
Sec. 28. Chronic Hazards Advisory Panel.
Sec. 29. Cooperation with States and with other Federal agencies.
Sec. 30. Transfers of functions.
Sec. 31. Limitation on jurisdiction.
Sec. 32. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 33. Separability.
Sec. 34. Effective date.
Sec. 35. Interim cellulose insulation safety standard. 3
Sec. 36. Congressional veto of consumer product safety rules. 3
Sec. 37. Information reporting. 3

FINDINGS AND PURPOSES
SEC. 2. (2051) (a) The Congress finds that-

1 Probably should be “Sec. 9. Procedure for consumer product safety rules." 2 This item probably should be stricken. 3 Editorially supplied.

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