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Low-cost, reliable electricity from coal powers households and businesses across America. Regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency, however, will jeopardize our access to affordable power and will cause electricity prices to skyrocket.

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Make sure the candidates hear what you have to say about affordable #electricity. Let’s keep the discussion going. //

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#SCOTUS has dealt a major blow to #EPA’s power plan. Let’s make sure the candidates hear the message. //

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#SCOTUS stay allows states to refrain from using resources to implement a rule that will likely be thrown out. //

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RT @WisDOJ: "It's extraordinary for SCOTUS to grant a stay and is telling of the obvious illegality of the Clean Power Plan." -AG Schimel

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RT @EPWMaj: .@jiminhofe: #SCOTUS action demonstrates that Obama has committed US to actions that are legally questionable //

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Listen to @WestVirginiaAG discuss #SCOTUS stay of #CPP w @WilliamJBennett on @am970TheAnswer here: //

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RT @WilliamJBennett: AG Patrick Morrisey @WestVirginiaAG joins the show right now to discuss SCOTUS halting EPA's Clean Power Plan.

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Households in 32 states will see a 19% peak yr increase in #electricity $ b/c of EPA’s #CPP. // //

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