December 20, 2011

Despite Feds, Bulb Switch Is Still On

Kimberly Janeway, Consumer Reports


National Review

The phase-out of energy-wasting incandescent lightbulbs continues to ignite debate. In fact, the federal spending bill hurriedly passed by Congress this weekend includes a rider that strips the Department of Energy of funding to enforce the new energy-efficiency lightbulb standards that take effect January 1.

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