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Greener lights glow on State House tree

The Christmas tree at the State House was illuminated by 5,000 superefficient light-emitting diodes instead of traditional incandescent bulbs. The LEDs will save hundreds of dollars. The Christmas tree at the State House was illuminated by 5,000 superefficient light-emitting diodes instead of traditional incandescent bulbs. The LEDs will save hundreds of dollars. (Elise Amendola/associated press)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / December 12, 2007

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The 60-foot blue spruce wasn't the only green feature at the Christmas tree lighting ceremony yesterday on the State House lawn. (Full article: 195 words)

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