18 Attorney Generals Call for Improvements in Child Seat Standards Following CBS News and ProPublica Reports

Attorney Generals in 17 states and the District of Columbia are demanding that federal regulators develop side collision test standards and better labeling standards for children’s car seats. In a letter sent Tuesday to Secretary of Transportation Pete Butigeg and Deputy Director of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Stephen Cliff, the Attorney General called for “NHTSA to take immediate action.”

The letter follows last year’s CBS News and ProPublica reports and found that despite the test dummy, some booster seats scored a passing score during the side-to-side crash test. Being thrown violently..