Lawmakers in Annapolis will be deciding this week whether surcharges should be allowed on monthly residential utility bills. If the law passes, this could increase residential gas bills up to $2/month, and set a dangerous precedent for utility companies to begin asking for more and more surcharges without PSC oversight.
Opposed to utility surcharges? Contact your local legislators in the House and Senate today and let them know! It will only take a minute of your time and can help make the difference in our fight to keep utility costs low for Marylanders.
Learn the nine reasons that AARP Maryland opposes utility surcharges.
Please take a brief moment to fill out our form and click "submit" to make a difference today!
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