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Consumer Product Safety Commission Backs Frame Baby Carrier Mandate

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has approved a federal mandate that will improve the safety of the frame child carrier. The commission unanimously moved to support the regulation on Feb. 18. A frame child carrier is made from sewn fabric, typically on a tubular metal frame. They are designed to carry... Read More


Bailey & Oliver Supports Local Trial Competition

Bailey & Oliver Law Firm is making news again, this time for supporting a local student trial competition held over the weekend. The 2014 William H. Sutton Barristers’ Union Trial Competition was held in the E.J. Ball Courtroom at the University of Arkansas School of Law as the final event after weeks of elimination... Read More


Transport Officials Hopeful for Improvements to Municipal Airports

Officials in Northwest Arkansas are spending millions to make improvements to municipal airports that they believe will attract more pilots and better planes to the region. Airports are valuable assets to the community, and the more inviting the area can make itself to aviation professionals, the more popular it will... Read More


Will Efforts to Improve Truckers’ Health Prove Too Distracting?

A recent shift in the trucking industry’s focus centers not on timely deliveries or reducing accidents, but on the health and fitness of truckers themselves. A movement has begun among long-haul trucking companies, like the North Little Rock-based Maverick USA, to help drivers improve their overall health, which very... Read More


AR Farmers Claim Syngenta Corn Contaminated Supply to Promote GMO

In January, a massive class-action lawsuit was brought against the Swiss corn maker of the genetically modified corn strain Agrisure Viptera. Farmers, commodities exporters and grain elevator operators are claiming billions of dollars in damages after China refused to accept all shipments of U.S. corn in 2013 and 2014. However,... Read More


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