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Incandescent Light Bulbs: Are You On Board With The 2014 Ban? [VIDEO]

The incandescent light bulb is being phased out and replaced with its more-expensive LED and CFL siblings. Where do you stand?

Standard incandescent bulbs were effectively killed off by the 2007 energy bill signed by then-President George W. Bush. According to this website, lighting manufacturers wanted to kill off the old school bulbs in order to sell longer-lasting halogen, compact fluorescent, and LED bulbs. When consumers balked at higher costs, General Electric, Sylvania, and Phillips turned to the government to mandate regulations in their favor.

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