You stopped electric bills from rising
Bill Sundermeyer, who leads state advocacy efforts for AARP Ohio, today thanked the nearly 1,500 members who took the time to ask their lawmakers to stop proposed legislation that would hike residential electric bills throughout the state.
“A special thank you all of you who took the time in the past two weeks to call your Senate and House members articulating your opposition to Senate Bill 58 and House Bill 302,” Sundermeyer said.
“Those bills are designed to provide significant increases in reimbursements to electric companies while raising Ohioans’ electric bills by at least 33%.\
“Please stay tuned. It is likely these proposals will rear their ugly heads again in 2014.”
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