Thursday, April 9, 2009

California May Ban Big Screen TVs

January 06, 2009 12:45 PM ET | Maura Judkis | Permanent Link | Print

State legislators in California are drafting regulations that may prevent California retailers from selling power-sucking big screen TVs by 2011. It's a move that, according to EcoGeek, may eliminate plasma screen TVs from the market there, as they're less efficient than LCDs (though, inch-for-inch, both TVs are more efficient than cathode ray TVs - they're just bigger).  Retailers are upset that the regulations would send customers to neighboring states, or online, for purchases.



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