New Law Protects Consumer's Electricity During Extreme Heat

A new law in Illinois prohibits power companies from cutting our electricity during extreme heat. The measure is a safeguard for struggling Illinois consumers who are having trouble paying their bills. When temperatures top 95-degrees companies are prohibited from shutting off utilities when it's the sole power source for air-conditioning in a residence.


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  • by Ashley Location: Poplar Grove on Aug 4, 2008 at 08:50 PM
    Why Is it Just over 95-degrees what about 90 and^ that should be what it is what about the people that a deathly ill. like my mother!
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