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Safety Group’s Annual Report Lists Latest Unsafe Holiday Toys

CBS News Philadelphia covers PennPIRG's release of the 28th annual Trouble in Toyland report.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau helps with bank complaints

Since it started accepting complaints about banks 18 months ago, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has helped thousands of irate customers settle disputes over their accounts, with roughly 1 out of 4 complaints resulting in monetary relief, a just-released analysis by a consumer group shows.

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Trib-Revue: Civic Arena property declared blighted

Even a desirable Pittsburgh neighborhood such as Shadyside could qualify as blighted under a 1945 state law used to get public money for economic development, a local preservationist says.

Patriot-News: Report targets unsafe toys in time for holidays

Consumer watchdog the Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group announced this morning it’s better if some toys are never purchased for under the Christmas tree.

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ABC 27: Pa. group warns parents of dangers in certain toys

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - A Pennsylvania consumer group is warning parents about to begin their holiday shopping that some toys, even though they can be found on store shelves, are not safe for young children.

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