A toy manufacturer will recall 7,000 Mexican made packs of Super Luchamania Action Figures due to high levels of lead paint. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission discovered that the surface paints on the figures contained levels of lead that exceeded federal standards.
There have been no injuries reported. Of course, a child who suffers a brain injury from lead paint does not have immediate symptoms anyway. No lead paint. No lead paint. Isn’t this a simple rule we can get right?