All news media needs to knock off this hoopla about power shortages, brownouts and expensive power purchases from California. If I remember correctly, the Great Northwest has such an abundant supply of water and power, we were selling them power at one time (at a reasonable rate). Your average consumer has the intelligence to know when power companies are preparing us for a whopping rate increase.
Also, while I’m in such a good mood, I would like to know what gives certain cities the gall to fight something voted into being by the good citizens of this state, since I have been voting for many years, this is the first time attempts have been made to override my vote. (I am referring to Initiative 722.) After all the uncertainties of I-695, the one thing I am certain of is that the bureaucracy does not want to take on the voters.
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