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The Nation

July 16, 1986

The Senate voted to confirm Terrence M. Scanlon as head of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, acting more than a year and a half after he was nominated by President Reagan. Action on Scanlon was delayed while the General Accounting Office and then the Justice Department investigated allegations that he had misused his office as a member of the commission.

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