U.S. seizes 200,000 Chinese dolls because of alleged harmful chemicals

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Tipped-over furniture, TVs can kill

Tipped-over furniture, TVs can kill

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Warning issued on 'Safety Peg' cribs

WASHINGTON, March 22 (UPI) -- A second infant death has prompted a renewed call to consumers that Delta Enterprise "Safety Peg" cribs have been recalled, U.S. regulators said.

S.C. Republican says sorry for gay remarks

WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jim DeMint of South Carolina has apologized for saying gays and unmarried mothers should not teach in public schools.

DeMint again leads in S.C. Senate race

WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 (UPI) -- Monday's Mason-Dixon poll showed U.S. Rep. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., leading by double-digits over Democrat Inez Tenenbaum in South Carolina's U.S. Senate race.

DeMint emerges on top in S.C. GOP runoff

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GOP poll has Beasley up in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C., April 14 (UPI) -- A Republican poll shows former South Carolina Gov. David Beasley ahead of Democrat Inez Tenenbaum for a U.S. Senate seat.

S.C. Democrat ends U.S. Senate bid

WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- Columbia, S.C., Mayor Bob Coble has ended his campaign for the senate seat held by retiring Sen. Ernest "Fritz" Hollings.

Inez Moore Tenenbaum (born March 8, 1951) is an American politician from the state of South Carolina. She is currently serving as head of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Born in Hawkinsville, Georgia, Tenenbaum attended the University of Georgia, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in 1972 and a Master's degree in Education two years later. She received a law degree from the University of South Carolina in 1986.

Originally a teacher, Tenenbaum entered state government as an employee of the South Carolina Department of Social Services. She later served as the director of research for the Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Committee of the South Carolina House of Representatives. Tenenbaum practiced with a private law firm, Sinkler & Boyd, P.A. from 1986 to 1992, in the areas of health, environment, and public interest law.

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