Any day now, California is expected to implement energy regulations that will ban the sale of some big screen televisions in the state because they consume too much electricity. Today a Rasmussen Reports poll (in my opinion, the most accurate polling firm) indicates that 66% of Americans oppose the law, while only 16% favor it and 18% are not sure. Seems like an overwhelming majority to me. According to Rasmussen, most adults (53%) say being able to buy the TV of their choice is more important than conserving energy and 37% say conserving is more important. Is anyone in the California Energy Commission listening? As I have previously written, "Why don't we build more power plants instead of restricting consumer choice?" For more information and background on this issue, read an extensive article written by Robert Silva, About.com Guide to Home Theater.