Advocacy Letters

The Toy Association regularly comments on critical issues affecting the toy industry. Here is a selection of recent letters sent to various agencies by Association staff.

April 2023 -

Comments to CPSC on Information Disclosure Under Section 6(b) of the Consumer Product Safety Act
Comments to FTC on Proposed Revisions to the Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims

March 2023 -

Letter to NYS Department of Environmental Conservation on TCCP Rulemaking Proposal


September 2022Letter to U.S. Court of International Trade on USTR's Insufficient Response to Tariff Comments

July 2022Comments to India Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change on New E-Waste Rules
Comments to USITC on Economic Impact of Section 232 and 301 Tariffs on U.S. Industries
Downstream Users Coalition Comments to EPA on Proposed Asbestos Reporting Rule
Comments to EU Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks Regarding Titanium Dioxide
Letter to Biden Administration Regarding ILWU-PMA Contract Negotiations

June 2022Toy Association Urges Inclusion of SHOP SAFE & INFORM Acts in China Competition Bill
Toy Association Lauds Passage of Ocean Shipping Reform Act

May 2022SBAR Comments on Proposed PFAS Reporting

April 2022Letter to Congress on Inclusion of Miscellaneous Tariff Bill
Toy Association Submits Comments to FMC on Regulating Demurrage and Detention Charges

March 2022Ad Hoc Downstream Users Coalition Comments to EPA on TSCA Risk Determination

February 2022ICPHSO and Multiple Stakeholders Urge CPSC to Continue Interaction and Participation


November 2021 - Comments on Proposed Chile Toy Safety Regulation Revisions

October 2021 - Comments Regarding Foreign Trade Barriers to U.S. Exports for 2022 Reporting (Docket No. USTR- 2021-0016)

July 2021 - Letter to House Committee on Transportation Subcommittee on Shipping Crisis

July 2021 - Letters to Members of Congress on Shipping Crisis

June 2021 - Letter to ANSI on Guidance for Advertising and Marketing Affecting Children

January 2021 - Comments to U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Secondary Infringement Liability in E-Commerce