WASHINGTON — A group here that campaigns against what it describes as government infringement on free choice said it has found high lead content in several types of reusable bags offered by food retailers, including Safeway, Bloom, Piggly Wiggly, Giant Eagle, Brookshire Brothers and Stater Bros. The Center for Consumer Freedom, which also campaigns against such things as soda taxes and other anti-obesity efforts, said it undertook the testing after seeing local reports about the lead ...

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