California proposes banning consumer sale of R134a refrigerant
If this passes, people will have to pay dealers or service shops up to $150 to have their systems serviced. A group called "Stay Cool California" has formed to fight the proposed ban. The group wants to educate consumers, hobbyists and auto enthusiasts on the proposed ban and rally people to contact their representatives to kill the proposal. A study by Frost and Sullivan showed that the ban would cost California consumers $167 million and have only a minimal impact on global warming. The group has launched a site at www.staycoolcalifornia.com.
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