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August 16, 2013

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Brian

What could possibly be so "fascinating" about rates for coal-generated power going up 60%? Where are the "damages" for the economic stress on citizens, including: lost jobs (going to countries with lower energy costs), inflation (higher costs of everything that relies on electricity), and a lower standard of living?

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