"Clunkers" appliance plan worries Minnesota, North Dakota retailers
FARGO -- A $296 million federal Cash for Clunkers appliance program set to begin next spring in Minnesota and North Dakota is making consumers anxious and causing headaches for some retailers.
"We get calls constantly," said Shawn Driscoll, president of Fargo appliance retailer Nodak Stores, from consumers who think the State Energy Appliance Efficiency Rebate program has already begun.
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