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    California Restricts Christmas Lights To 1 Hour A Night

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    CALIFORNIA — Due to a number of factors including poor power infrastructure, wind, and global warming, California has limited the display of Christmas lights to only one hour a day.

    “We want everyone to be happy and enjoy this holiday season — especially the joy of Christmas lights,” said Governor Gavin Newsom. “But we need to limit that joy to only one hour a day in order to save this planet.”

    Newsom also added that due to poor power management rolling blackouts may be instituted in order to keep the Christmas lights on for the one hour. Most all Counties clarified that the lights could only be on after peak hours of 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm and Los Angeles County add further restrictions stating that the one hour could only be implemented after 11:59 pm.

    However, the Christmas light restrictions fared far worse for so called “Candy Cane Lanes” which were told they could put up their light, but because of the enormous amount of heat generated by the tiny light bulbs they could not turn them on at all.

    “I’m actually okay with the restrictions,” said Los Angeles resident Debby Horton. “If not experiencing holiday joy saves the planet then I say we restrict Christmas light on trees inside homes too. We need to turn off the holiday lights for our children’s children so they have a world to place restrictions on.”

    Newsom also stated the he is looking into banning all new sales of LED Christmas lights in a push for solar powered Christmas lights.

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