Editorial: Pleasants Power Plant sale probably isn't good for consumers

"It is a complex issue, one made more muddy by (the) difference in laws governing some of the companies involved.... But here’s the bottom line: West Virginia residents should not have to pay additional money to improve FirstEnergy and its subsidiaries profit margins," wrote Executive Editor John Miller in The Exponent-Telegram on Sept. 12, 2017.

Click here to read the full editorial against the Pleasants power plant sale.

This is the first editorial in a daily newspaper against FirstEnergy Corp.'s bailout attempt, a strategy that started with the Harrison power plant sale in 2013. 

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Thanks to The Exponent-Telegram for taking a stand for hard-working West Virginians.