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Arizonans will face higher electricity costs under clean power plan

If you spend more than 10 percent of your income on electricity, natural gas, and other household energy costs, then you are afflicted by energy poverty. It is a tragedy that forces some families to choose between keeping the lights on or putting food on the table, because they cannot afford both.

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