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Paying To Warm the Planet

Corrupt utility law forces Ohioans to make climate worse

It seems crazy that people would be forced to pay to make themselves and their planet sicker. But thanks to a crooked utility law that the Ohio General Assembly refuses to repeal, that’s just what’s happening in the Buckeye State.

The notion that rising greenhouse gasses could warm the planet goes back at least to the 1930s. And as cars and power plants have belched ever more carbon dioxide and other gasses into the atmosphere, scientists have warned in increasingly dire terms that we’re at a tipping point beyond which we would be doomed to suffer at least some of its ill effects.

Some have been determined to ignore the nearly unanimous scientific consensus that human-caused global warming is happening. But this year, the alarms blared.

Please select this link to read the complete article from the Ohio Capital Journal.

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