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AG Kane Look Into Electric Rates After Consumer Complaints

Elias Forin from Eynon, Lackawanna County says he feels like he is being ripped off by his electric supplier. Forin was glad to hear that Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was investigating possible price gouging.
Elias Forin from Eynon, Lackawanna County has had it with his skyrocketing electric bills--- He said, "We need protection we need protection from shady electric companies-"  Florin is one of the thousands of Pennsylvania residents who are upset over alleged price gouging by electric companies-  Pennsylvania Attorney General Kane told Eyewitness News, "This all began to unfold when the Governor declared a State of Emergency on February 4th and we saw rates going up which is illegal--- Rates cannot go up more than 20 percent in these type of situations"- We want people to send us their bills, contracts and any promotional materials they received from their power supplier" -- Residents can call the Consumer Protection Hotline 1-800-441-2555   or email  Consumers@attorneygeneral-dot-gov-- 

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