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CEA Midwest Executive Director, Chris Ventura, looks at how anti-energy groups threatening lawsuits and mass protests over modernizing critical energy infrastructure hurts families across Minnesota.

The replacement line would reduce energy expenses for lower-income families who regularly spend a dangerously high percentage of their take-home pay on electricity and gasoline compared to those in other income brackets. The Minnesota Department of Commerce’s taxpayer-funded study warned that hardworking families would experience unnecessary cost increases if action on modernizing critical infrastructure like Line 3 stalled, yet they’ve criticized the project.

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