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Medical authorities want them banned. A business trade group thinks regulations can make them safe. And caught in between is the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The debate over what to do about padded crib bumpers — which has dragged on for the past eight years — continued Wednesday with a public hearing of medical experts, safety advocates and business officials hoping to influence what the CPSC finally decides to do. A decision is expected to take at least several months.

What makes this fight unusual is that the CPSC itself is…

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