Inez Tenenbaum

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Inez Tenenbaum


Inez Moore Tenenbaum ...

Communist Party support

The Communist Party USA was supportive of several candidates in the 2004 election cycle including Frank Barbaro, Cynthia McKinney, Barack Obama, Betty Castor, Nancy Farmer and Inez Tenenbaum[1];

It would be helpful for each district to single out House seats that can be swung from Republican to Democrat to develop our list of key races, which includes progressive Frank Barbaro in New York and Cynthia McKinney in Georgia.
A number of exciting candidates are emerging in the Senate, in the first place Barak Obama in Illinois, and also several progressive women including Betty Castor seeking to retain retiring Bob Graham's seat as Democrat; Nancy Farmer seeking to defeat Kit Bond in Missouri; Inez Tenenbaum seeking to retain retiring Fritz Hollings seat as Democrat.

Obama appointment

In June 2009 Inez Tenenbaum was nominated[2]by the Obama administration for the position of Chairman, CPSC in the CPSC and confirmed in June 2009.

Supported By Rosa DeLauro

Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro issued a statement supporting president Obama's June 2009 nomination of Inez Tenenbaum to chair Consumer Product Safety Commission, and Robert S. Adler as a new commissioner of the CPSC;[3]

Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (Conn. -3) issued the following statement on President Obama’s nominations on Inez Moore Tenenbaum to chair Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Robert S. Adler as a new commissioner of the CPSC, as well as his plans to strengthen the CPSC by expanding the panel from three commissioners to five.
“I applaud the appointments of Inez Tenenbaum and Robert Adler to serve at the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Their experience and leadership on consumer protection issues will help the CPSC to implement fairly the important product safety law that was enacted last year. I look forward to working with them to restore the effectiveness of CPSC and ensure that American families are protected from unsafe toys and other potentially dangerous products.”

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