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March 25 -- South Carolinians now pay the highest electricity prices in the Southeast and have, since 2009, endured eight rate hikes from the state's investor-owned utilities.

Even more sobering, households earning less than $50,000 annually (just over half of the state's population)spend 22 percent of their take-home pay on energy; households earning less than $10,000 annually give up 75 percent of their income for energy bills. These residents are living in what's known as "fuel poverty." >>View Article

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