House Passes “Clean Energy” Bill

Published On: January 27th, 20230.5 min readCategories: Covid-19, Featured, Latest Headlines, Local News, News

(St. Paul, MN) —  The Democrat-controlled Minnesota House passed a “clean energy” bill last night (Thurs) to set a goal of 100 percent carbon-neutral energy from Minnesota utilities by 2040.  Republican Chris Swedzinski from Ghent warns families will be hit with an annual electric bill increase of 16 hundred dollars, plus businesses will pass *their* cost increases on to customers. House Democratic Majority Leader Jamie Long responded by saying “For those who are looking for affordable energy, good news:  Renewable energy is the cheapest energy that you can buy.  Wind energy is the cheapest on the system and solar will be the cheapest within three years.”

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