The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a final rule that establishes a new threshold value for disposable and novelty cigarette lighters required to meet a child-resistance safety standard. Pegged to the product’s customs valuation and originally set at lighters worth $2 or less in June 1993, the standard provides that the customs value of these items will adjust every five years for inflation as measured in the producer price index (PPI) for “miscellaneous fabricated products.” The threshold price was last adjusted in November 2003 to $2.25 and, due to a PPI increase, is now $2.50, thus bringing more products deemed likely to fall into children’s hands within the rule’s requirements. The change to 16 C.F.R. part 1210.2(b)(2) (ii) took effect August 26, 2013. See Federal Register, August 26, 2013.