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Ohio energy bill predicted to hike electric costs

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A fast-moving energy proposal is drawing opponents, including environmental groups and Ohio's utility consumers' advocate, who estimate the measure could add $175 a year to the average Ohioan's electric bill. The bill sponsored by Senate Public Utilities Chairman Bill Seitz had stalled before Thanksgiving. A revised version is scheduled for a hearing and possible floor vote...

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