The bill would require the sellers of ink cartridges to state how many pages the cartridge in question can print.
“Some of these cartridges only print 200 pages,” Assemblyman Gary Chiusano told me.
I hadn’t known it was that bad. For 200 pages they charge $25?
The Republican from Sparta went on to inform me that there’s so little ink in some of the damn things that the cost exceeds the ink’s weight in gold.
So he’s pushing for truth in labeling. I’m all for it. If these guys can sell ink at that price, they can use a little bit of it to tell me how much I’m getting.
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