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I wonder if that's why they've done virtually nothing on the issue of heart protectors - they may be afraid of being held liable if they approve a product and a kid dies while wearing it. Of course, that means we're all wandering around in the dark when choosing heart protection. My 9-year-old pitches and wears an EvoShield chest and rib guard,
Surely not communist China, or oligarchist Russia, which are probably the best two places in the world to have a business, as long as it's state-approved of course.
I have never heard of any of this. Heart protectors? Is that a thing now? Is your kid required to wear it?
What possible evidence could be presented in support of either of these arguments?
At the end of the day wouldn't it be someone's actual responsibility to vet the equipment being used? Who put the bat in the kid's hand? Who bought it in the first place?
Sometimes I wonder which is the country people would prefer to start their business in? Surely not communist China, or oligarchist Russia, which are probably the best two places in the world to have a business, as long as it's state-approved of course.
Corporate taxes in the USA are among the highest in the world
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