WASHINGTON, Feb 10- Government tests show some specific types of laminate flooring made by Lumber Liquidators Holdings LLC could cause irritation and breathing problems, a federal report released on Wednesday showed. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which is investigating the issue and made the report public, asked the federal Centers for...» Read More
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