You've probably heard about the various firearms freedom acts in some states, which stipulate that firearms manufactured in a state and sold in that state are not subject to controls and regulations of the federal government. These laws have not been tested in the courts, and in general are dismissed by the media/pundits/metrocons/liberals/asshats as being more about gun nuttery than states rights.
Well, what if a state said that incandescent lightbulbs manufactured in a state and sold in that state are not subject federal regulations? That is exactly what Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall is planning to do. It's gonna be hard to dismiss this state's rights issue on the camo-clad, old men hanging out at the local hook & bullet depot. People are still pissed off about low-flow toilets (pun intended), so I can't see much sympathy for the feds over lightbulbs. This could get interesting.