LOS ANGELES — It didn’t take long for federal regulators to put new rules on what makes a consumer product a “children’s product” to a very public test.

Last month, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission published a detailed explanation of the distinction between the two — a distinction that makes a big difference because it can trigger a range of strict rules.

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