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The US Consumer Product Safety Commission will move to regulate gas stoves as new research links them to childhood asthma. 

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A federal agency says a ban on gas stoves is on the table amid rising concern about harmful indoor air pollutants emitted by the appliances. 
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission plans to take action to address the pollution, which can cause health and respiratory problems.