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“Elected leaders across the state have the opportunity to implement and manage a sensible energy policy that provides solutions to meet our energy needs and keep costs down.  That’s why it’s important that Campaign for America’s Energy helps to remind our elected leaders of that opportunity and to understand how energy needs can be met while we also protecting our environment.”

– Brewster Bevis, Associated Industries of Florida

Floridians are spending nearly $2,800 annually on energy.  These expenses saddle people in communities across Florida who can least afford them, and leave them to make difficult decisions, like whether to pay their bills or feed their families.

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Can I Drop My Healthcare Insurance and Still Afford the Costs of Medical Bills?

The Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA), often referred to as Obamacare, changed modern day healthcare. As Karen Pollitz, health care policy expert and senior fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation, explains it, the ACA is...

Lower Gas Prices are Driving Historic Surge in Tourism

A record-setting 35.7 million visitors came to Florida between January and March this year.  At the heart of this increase in tourism is lower gas prices, courtesy of expanded energy development and infrastructure. It wasn’t...
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Tourism a Hot Ticket in Southwest Florida this Memorial Day Weekend

CEA's Florida Director discusses current gas prices impact on Memorial Day travel plans. When energy costs are lower across the board it helps everyoneAt the airport you are going to be able to have cheaper flights....
Consumer Energy Alliance

Consumer Group Urges the Administration to Continue Efforts Toward the 5-Year Offshore Leasing Plan

Washington, DC - Today, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the nation’s leading energy advocate for families and small businesses, urged the Trump administration to move forward with a comprehensive and responsible offshore leasing program for...
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Green New Deal: A Proposal Floridians Cannot Afford

CEA's Kevin Doyle discusses how the Green New Deal would negatively impact Floridians from travel plans and tourism, to replacing current household appliances, which alone will cost Americans $244 billion. One component of the proposal...
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