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CEA’s Marc Brown looks at why Michiganders should expect to pay more each month on their electric bill as a result of last year’s energy policies passed in Lansing.

“As is always the case, low- and fixed-income Michiganders will be hit hardest by the rate increases — approximately $10 a month on average,” he added. “There is a growing trend around the country for legislators and regulators to place blame on anyone but themselves for energy costs driven higher by their own costly policy decisions. Reducing emissions is a good thing —and it’s something that can be done while ensuring reliable and affordable energy service.”

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