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Higher Water Fees Pass Miami-Dade’s Final Budget Approval, But Not At The Rate Originally Proposed

Sep 24, 2018 No Comments by

Miami-Dade has some of the lowest water rates in the country, and the proposed higher fees in 2019 would still leave its Water and Sewer Department short-staffed, according to the budget. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FO MORE

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First Solar Joins Carbon Tax Campaign

Jul 23, 2018 No Comments by

Americans for Carbon Dividends (ACD), a bipartisan carbon tax advocacy group led by two former senators has gained two powerful partners in their fight: First Solar and Exelon Corp. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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The Highs And Lows Of American Electricity

May 28, 2018 No Comments

It’s a paradox: Some states have low electricity prices but residents pay more to power their homes, and others have high prices and low consumer bills. But the occurrence of high prices paired with high bills is rare. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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South Florida Water Management District Threatens To Subpoena Records-Seekers

Apr 23, 2018 No Comments

Is a group of Treasure Coast residents harassing the South Florida Water Management District with a barrage of public records requests? Or is the district harassing those residents with threats to subpoena their personal records? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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