The 'Public Option,' TV Sets and the Dodgers in Divorce Court

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Flat-screen, plasma television sets use so much power the State Energy Commission wants to set limits on their energy consumption. But the industry is fighting back hard. We hear about energy efficiency, picture quality and cost. Plus, what the Frank and Jamie McCourt's divorce might mean for ownership of the Dodgers. On our rebroadcast of today’s To the Point, the “public option” is not dead after all. It became clear today that the House and the Senate will debate two different versions.  We hear about that, about cost control and other issues involving healthcare reform.

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Warren Olney