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Renewables come with a cost  

Credit:  www.hollandsentinel.com 30 July 2012 ~~

Using the wind and sun for energy sounds interesting.

But how many wind turbines will it take to produce 25 percent of the state’s electricity by 2025? Also, at what cost? I have a hunch that electric bills will go sky high.

The EPA has already put people out of work in West Vir­ginia and other places.

I will not vote to change Michigan’s state constitution for the 25-2025 amendment. That would be a terrible burden on the good people of Michigan and for future generations. Save Michigan.

Robert H. Larson

Park Township

Source:  www.hollandsentinel.com 30 July 2012

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