Last Friday, The Messenger reported that the Kentucky public and state officials are increasingly concerned by proposals to retire baseload power plants across the state.

“I am unaware of a single case where a coal plant was closed down that there wasn’t a rate increase,” said State Representative Wade Williams at Public Services Commission hearing.

“It doesn’t take a genius to understand that our once trustworthy and reliable electric grid is headed for uncertain times due to pressure from radical environmentalists who prioritize the Green New Deal over providing affordable and reliable energy to the working men and woman of Kentucky,” said Hopkins County State Senator Robby Mills.

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