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March 4, 2014 4:45 PM

Deaths of 4 children in 3 weeks renews call to ban cords on window coverings

In the space of 22 days, four children strangled to death after becoming tangled in the cords on window coverings, prompting renewed calls for the federal government to strengthen safety standards.

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