Why Aren’t All the President’s Men Testifying?

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The U.S. government knows some household items aren’t safe but won’t tell you. Here’s why.. Camden Ellis in May 2014. He was killed in June 2014 after his Ikea dresser toppled forward when he opened a drawer. He died two days after his second birthday. | Provided photo Consumer advocates and Rep. Bobby Rush are pushing to change a provision that helps manufacturers keep information about dangerous products from being made public. Like most people, Crystal Ellis figured that if a product from a well-known manufacturer was on the shelves of a store, it must be safe and must have been...