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Democrats EPA Wants To Increase your Electric Bills

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President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are seeking to reduce carbon emissions in existing power plants by 30% by the year 2030.  This is being done due to President Obama’s Global Warming agenda.

Apparently each state will have different reduction standards but the national average will be 25% by 2025 and 30% by 2030.

The proposal will regulate all carbon emissions from any fossil fuel power plants in the US, including about 600 coal plants which will be the hit the hardest.

Now if your are an intelligent person what do you think will happen to the price of power in the United States? That means you electric and gas bill.

Might it go up by 30%?

Are you willing to pay an extra 30% for something that now many scientist say is not occurring, that people global warming occurring because of man?

If you have a thought on this one call me at 269-441-9595 Monday through Friday 9 to noon.


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