I am a California based inventor (as in I invented one thing and got a patent for it...not an Edison type) and I love the idea of making a product containing only American made parts but that's not easily done with the way we construct our world market. If you make a screw driver that has one metal shaft and a plastic handle that's two parts and both could be made in America to get the label "made in America" but if you create something complex like a cinema light (in my case) that contains a couple dozen parts including computer chips- there are practically no American computer chip manufacture, or even screw manufactures in that case. And the way California wants it, if one screw or one chip or one plastic part was made in another country it's not "American Made" anymore even if all the parts were put together in America by Americans. That's strict and nearly impossible with complex items... it only works for wooden spoons and blue jeans. So I guess the question is... what is made in the USA? A product that was manufactured out of many different parts here in the us, though some of the parts were made elsewhere, or only items with all parts from the USA even if it was manufactured in the US?