In this Jan. 23, 2013 photo, Ayame, 18 months, dangles her feet outside her crib as she sits atop an organic mattress specially purchased by her mother, Marita Graube, in Seattle. Bills introduced in the Washington Legislature this year would ban two chemical flame retardants — TCEP and chlorinated Tris, or TDCPP — from sofas and children's products such as strollers, changing pads, car seats and nursing pillows. Marita Graube said she erred on the side of caution when she opted to spend more on an organic cotton mattress for Ayame. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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