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Light bulb ban set to take effect


New rules mean that traditional 40 and 60-watt incandescent bulbs won’t be made after the start of the year, despite efforts by tea party types to thwart the law. Light bulb manufacturers will cease making traditional 40 and 60-watt light bulbs—the most popular in the country—at the start of 2014. This comes after the controversial phasing out of incandescent 75 and 100-watt light bulbs at the beginning of 2013. In their place will be halogen bulbs, compact fluorescent bulbs, LED bulbs and high efficiency incandescents—which are just regular incandescents that have the filament wrapped in gas. All are significantly more expensive than traditional light bulbs, but offer significant energy and costs savings over the long run. (Some specialty incandescents—such as three-way bulbs—will still be available.)

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