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. . Locating that compressor station right in the midst of the community. I guess they were anticipating nobody speaking up. And lo and behold came Friends of Buckingham. ”
–Ella Rose from Union Hill, Virginia on the defeat of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
TVA Memo for Biden Transition Team
NC Utility Customers: Know Your Rights and Resources
Over the past year, hundreds of thousands of households in North Carolina have fallen behind on their electric, gas and/or water bills as a result of the pandemic and economic crisis. At the end of November, more than 650,000 households were past due on their bills,...
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