A teensy bit of editorializing going on

Always interesting to see how a reasonable concern over the loss of tens of thousands of jobs, rapidly increasing electricity prices, loss of stability in our generation system, and a desire to see realistic regulation implemented across the country is trivialized as “fretting” by TheHill.com‘s editors.

The title of a 9/11/13 article that discusses utility industry meetings with the EPA and the soon-to-be-released greenhouse gas rules demonstrate The Hill’s staff sees (or is attempting to portray) industry’s concerns as trivial and baseless.

Utilities fret about ‘unrealistic’ emissions rules

The attitude toward the coal industry’s concerns speaks for itself.

16. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
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