Manistique Michigan Lighthouse

CEA Midwest’s Chris Ventura discusses the negative implications rejecting the maintenance and construction of energy infrastructure has on Michigan’s families.

A lack of adequate pipelines and infrastructure act as a regressive tax for cash-strapped families, seniors living on fixed incomes and households with incomes below the poverty mark. And unlike other necessities – like housing, food and health care – these families often cannot shop elsewhere for cheaper alternatives, and local and federal governments regularly do not have the resources to assist.

Read more –  Lansing State Journal