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Are major changes coming to your electric bill? 5 things you should know

Original post made on Aug 1, 2023

California's three largest electric utilities, including PG&E, have proposed a plan to charge customers not just for how much energy they use, but also based on their household income.

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Posted by Parent and Voter
a resident of Danville
on Aug 1, 2023 at 6:43 am

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This is just another "Redistribution of Wealth" scheme from Newsom, DeSaulnier and others?
Will they now want grocery costs based on income too? Sounds absurd but so does charging more for electricity based on income. Never underestimate the greed of Sacramento. We have a beautiful State that is forcing large numbers of people to flee it...
Just my opinion.

Posted by vijaya
a resident of Danville
on Aug 1, 2023 at 6:59 am

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Next, you will be charged more at the grocery store, gas station. How they have access to my tax information is scary. I thought these are private.

Posted by MO
a resident of Danville
on Aug 1, 2023 at 11:57 am

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Another redistribution of wealth scheme. California continues to circle the drain with contentious policies that have already caused multitudes of taxpayers to flee to better states.
And a hard NO to giving PG & E access to taxpayer financial records in order to “verify our incomes”.

Posted by C. R. Mudgeon
a resident of Danville
on Aug 2, 2023 at 10:27 am

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This will be just another nail into the coffin of the formerly great state of California. Or should we just start calling it the People’s Republic of Commiefornia?

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