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Maureen Dowd gets it wrong on cellphone warnings



Maureen Dowd gets it wrong on cellphone warnings. Even aside from the foolishness of having municipalities regulate interstate commerce labeling requirements (what happens when Chicago decides that cell-phone warning labels should be in a different font than San Francisco does?), the San Francisco legislation is, as I noted in a January AOLNews piece, counterproductive to consumer safety and not, as Mayor Newsom would have it, "relatively benign."

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Manhattan Institute
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