Adam Gottlieb

Spokesman, California Energy Commission

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California has some 35 million television sets, about one for every resident of the state. Many homes have three or more.

State Wants to Pull the Plug on TV Energy Use

California has some 35 million television sets, about one for every resident of the state. Many homes have three or more.

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