According to a news source, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008 marked a watershed for the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) which has seen its staff increase by 50 percent and its budget nearly double to $114 million since it was enacted. CPSC has reportedly taken some 100 new actions mandated under the law, leading businesses to focus on compliance issues. CPSC spokesperson Scott Wolfson said, “The CPSIA saved CPSC. We reached a point in 2007 and 2008 where we had less than 380 staff, and a budget that did not allow us to truly meet our mission. … [now] we are a bigger, stronger and more impactful regulatory agency.” Wolfson claims that the law’s focus on lead in children’s toys has contributed to an 80-percent decrease in lead content-related toy recalls during the past five years. Consumer advocates are reportedly pleased with the improvements, while small businesses have apparently found it increasingly difficult to keep up with what they deem to be aggressive regulation and enforcement. See Law360, August 14, 2013.