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CEA Mid-Atlantic’s Mike Butler discusses how New York’s bad policy decisions have led to unnecessarily high energy costs, and how Pennsylvania can avoid making the same mistake.

Pennsylvania leaders, many of whom work to thwart the gas industry, should look toward New York as a case of what could happen if the state runs out of the infrastructure it needs to heat and cool its own residence and businesses cost-effectively. We need more policies that promote the development and safe transportation of our energy, not just for the 1.6 million Pennsylvanians on food stamps in dire need of a fiscal break but for the thousands of businesses with razor-thin profit margins.

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