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Michigan customers oppose fees to refuse power meters

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- A small but outspoken group of residential customers vows to continue battling Michigan's largest utility company over the freedom to opt out of having "smart" meters installed outside their homes. State regulators' days-old decision to approve an opt-out provision -- if residents pay $67 upfront and nearly $10 a month to DTE Electric -- has sparked outrage among those...

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