Resolution on TV loudness!

Steven Greenhut: The Senate is now voting on Assembly Joint Resolution 43, which urges Congress and the president to pass federal legislation for “TV loudness differential” — mandating that commercials not be so much louder than the programs. Sen. Tony Strickland, R-Ventura, offered a simple solution: “Turn your TV down.” This is far too sensible for the state’s Democrats, who recognize no area of life outside their purview. Anyway, glad there’s no pressing budget issue to resolve!

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