Com Ed Electric Rates Going Up $6 a Month – Who Voted to Allow It

That’s what the Chicago Tribune is reporting tonight in its internet edition.
Com Ed Trib article 4-29-13

So, I figure it’s time to remind people who voted to allow Commonwealth Edison to raise our electric rates.

The roll calls for the Illinois Senate and House on the bill in question, Senate Bill 9, appear below.

Those who voted to allow Commonwealth Edison to raise electric rates in the Illinois Senate.

Those who voted to allow Commonwealth Edison to raise electric rates in the Illinois Senate.

Com Ed Rate Hike Bill SB 9 3-21-13 IL House

Illinois State Representatives who voted to allow Commonwealth Edison to raise your electric rates.

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Com Ed Electric Rates Going Up $6 a Month – Who Voted to Allow It — 6 Comments

  1. http://www.solarcity.com

    There comes a point where you just get whooped so much to where you do everything you can to stick it to Communist Edison.

    This works.

    I cannot wait to have it installed on my house.

    I may have to blog about it.

    It is that good.

    Respectfully,
    Andrew Gasser

  2. Althoff and Tryon must be dethroned.

    What absolute arrogance.

  3. So Com Ed wants to ‘give’ me $50 to pitch my old fridge or freezer and pick it up ‘in an environmentally responsible way’, all so I can go out and pick up a new fridge for say a $1000.

    I should break even on energy savings by 2080.

    They also say I could ‘win’ a new I Pad if I sign up for their ‘Smart Ideas” drivel.

    I’d rather know what idiots voted for Il Public Act 95-0481, so I could send Com Ed execs to D.C. to pick up their EPA ‘Partner of the Year’ award March 26th? All of this feel good, politically correct nonsense, paid for by Com Ed customers.

  4. I’m with you, Klatu on this one.

    Tryon is a nitwit that thinks fluoride is good for you.

  5. How could I use more kilowatts considering I use the tv less about 100 hours last month

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