The House of Representatives voted Friday to spike a federal regulation that would take most of those less-efficient-but-more-flatteringly-yellowish light bulbs off the market next year. Even lighting manufacturers are against rolling back the rules, The Wall Street Journal's Ryan Tracy reports, because they've already invested in making more efficient bulbs. But conservatives say they don't want the federal government deciding how people can light their houses, even though the standard was passed in 2007, supported by many Republicans, and signed by then-President Bush.
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