Consumer Energy Alliance called out the grandstanding by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer for attempting to prevent a disruption in the affordable energy Michiganders deserve from a refinery closure while simultaneously attempting to shutdown Line 5
Shutting down Line 5 could cost Michigan consumers $2.2 billion a year, according to a study from the Consumer Energy Alliance, a group representing energy, business and labor interests.
Despite the green energy dreams of its politicians, Michigan still runs on oil and gas. When supplies of those resources are restricted, either through natural causes or policy decisions, it hurts Michiganians in their wallets.
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