On June 21, 2010, CPSC published in the Federal Register new safety standards for infant walkers, and announced the revocation of existing regulations banning certain baby walkers. CPSC issued the new standards pursuant to Section 104 of the CPSIA, which directs the CPSC to promulgate safety standards that are substantially similar to, or more stringent than, existing voluntary standards. The new standards are based largely on the provisions of the current American Society Testing and Materials (ASTM) voluntary standard, The Standard for Consumer Product Safety Specification for Infant Walkers (ASTM F977-07) [Ref. 1], but include more stringent modifications to reduce risk of injury. The new standards and the revocation of the existing ban will become effective on December 21, 2010.