After a recent controversy over the state of Alabama’s regulation of utility rates in comparison to how Georgia handles it, and the distortion of that story by a Republican PR group blaming the Southern Environmental Law Center and other so-called “radical environmentalists” for “killing jobs” in Georgia because of the closure of 14 coal-fired power plant units due to state and federal laws and regulations, Gil Rogers of the SELC responded to our direct questioning on the subject. Watch the video to see Glynn Wilson’s questioning and what Rogers said.
For more background on the story, see this column about it.
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