The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has requested comments on  whether the commission should accept a provisional settlement with Forman Mills,  Inc., which has agreed to pay a $600,000 civil penalty to settle claims that it violated  the law by selling children’s upper outerwear garments with drawstrings. According  to the agreement, the company had previously been fined for failing to report that  it had distributed such garments in commerce. It has also agreed to adopt policies  that will reduce the possibility that these products will be sold again through its  stores. Comments are requested by April 15, 2014. See Federal Register, March 31, 2014.