California utilities would control the temperature of new homes and commercial buildings in emergencies with a radio-controlled thermostat, under a proposed state update to building energy efficiency standards.
Customers could not override the thermostats during "emergency events," according to the proposal, part of a 236-page revision to building standards. The document is scheduled to be considered by the California Energy Commission, a state agency, on Jan. 30.So if it's hot, if it's cold - the State knows what's best for you. As for complaining to the courts? Well they are in the Wonderful 9th.
Where is the Confederacy when we need it!