PSC's impact on Alabamians

There was a time when utility bills were a hot topic in Alabama. In the 1980s, congregations and agencies were overwhelmed with requests for help from families struggling to pay high utility bills. A "utilities coalition" of 32 congregations and organizations pressured the Public Service Commission to approve some form of relief for families that fell on hard times. The fledgling coalition soon learned a lot about how things really work.

This Anniston Star op-ed by ACPP executive director Kimble Forrister offers some historical perspective on the current PSC controversy.

Read op-ed here.
 

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