Tag: Energy

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April 28, 2017 Action Alert  
Climate Marches TOMORROW, a Rally to Protect WV’s Budget Next Thursday
Happy Friday! We want to remind you that tomorrow, April 29th, The People’s Climate March and its sister marches all across the country are happening! We have two rally and march events planned for our area, and for our friends in the eastern panhandle, the main event is just a couple hours away. And next […]
Issues: Budget prioritiesDEPEnergyEnergy efficiencyEventKids and familiesOur children our futurePollutionPovertySustainabilityWater
March 26, 2017 Newsletter  
Capital Eye Update: Wins and Losses
Capital Eye Update: Wins and Losses Wins and Losses By Gary Zuckett This past week was a mixed bag of wins and losses. In the House, a broadband access bill was passed and Voter ID and automatic voter registration (AVR) averted a horrible fate. In the Senate, the tank bill passed, and the Cancer Creek […]
Issues: Aboveground tanksBudget prioritiesCivil JusticeClean electionsDEPEnergyEnergy efficiencyHealthcarePollutionSNAPWater
March 20, 2017 Action AlertNewsletter  
Capital Eye: This Week: The AHCA vs ACA
Capital Eye Update: This Week – ACA vs AHCA ACA vs AHCA By Gary Zuckett This week national events competed with the drama at the state capitol. The Republican’s American Health Care Act (AHCA) was released as a proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) immediately it was attacked from both the […]
Issues: Aboveground tanksBudget prioritiesCivil JusticeEnergyEnergy efficiencyHCANHealthcareInequalityKids and familiesPoverty
March 13, 2017 Newsletter  
Capital Eye: What a Week!
What a week! by: Gary Zuckett By week’s end, the Senate had introduced 585 bills and the House 934 for a total of 1519. Assuming that a certain number are companions to ones in the other chamber, let’s say that makes over a thousand attempts to add to, change, or eliminate functions of our government. […]
Issues: Aboveground tanksBudget prioritiesCivil JusticeClean electionsEnergyEnergy efficiencySNAPWater
April 6, 2016 Action Alert Ciera Pennington
Let your voice be heard on climate change issues!
Click to read a message from our friends at the Citizen's Climate Lobby of Charleston West Virginia and take action on climate change issues.
Issues: EnergyPollution
October 21, 2015 Citizen Action Group Blog CAG
Grassroots energy campaign also happening in the neighborhood President Obama is visiting
Today, President Obama will make his way to Charleston’s East End to discuss the overwhelming problem of opioid abuse and overdose in the state. The East End Family Resource Center will host the president in the Roosevelt Neighborhood Center building near the offices of WV Citizen Action Group and Energy Efficient West Virginia (EEWV). One of the problems cited as leading to widespread prescription drug abuse has the sluggish economy in West Virginia, but right across the street from where the President is speaking, residents have taken steps to improve their homes and create new jobs in energy efficiency.
Issues: EnergyEnergy efficiency
May 1, 2014 Citizen Action Group Blog Gary Zuckett
Bait & Switch – Promised Rate Decrease Turns into $96 Million Hike
For Immediate Release 5-1-14 Contact Gary Zuckett WV Citizen Action 304-346-5891 or Emmett Pepper, Energy Efficient WV 917-617-8208 Bait & Switch – Promised Rate Decrease Turns into $96 Million Hike Charleston, WV – Consumer groups released the following statements today regarding the 97 million dollar rate hike requested by Mon Power yesterday: A week ago, […]
Issues: Energy
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January 10, 2014 Citizen Action Group Blog CAG
WV Citizen Action Group 2014 Public Policy Priorities
Thousands of hard working West Virginians earn minimum wage, but no matter how hard they work, minimum wage is simply not enough to cover their basic needs, like food, rent and health.
Issues: Budget prioritiesEnergyHealthcare
October 8, 2013 Press Release CAG
West Virginia Citizen Action Group To Appeal PSC Order
The West Virginia Citizen Action Group (WVCAG) announced today that it would appeal to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals the order of the Public Service Commission approving Mon Power and Potomac Edison’s proposal to purchase – at a $257 million markup – 80% of the Harrison Power Plant from their affiliated company, Allegheny Energy Supply.
Issues: EnergyInequality
August 26, 2013 Press Release CAG
Citizen Action Group Files Objection to Harrison Case Settlement
West Virginia Citizen Action Group (WV-CAG) filed a formal objection with the W.Va. Public Service Commission Friday, contending that a proposed settlement agreeing to the purchase of the Harrison power station should not be approved and that the companies’ petition should be denied in its entirety. WV-CAG argues that the price that ratepayers are being asked to pay for Harrison is still way too high and that acquiring the plant will increase long-term price risks for ratepayers.
Issues: Energy
October 2, 2009 Press Release CAG
WV Citizen Action Group objects to PATH power line proposal at PSC Public Hearing
WV- At today’s public hearing on the proposed PATH power line project at the WV Cultural Center, WV Citizen Action Executive Director, Gary Zuckett made comments to the WV Public Service Commission.
Issues: Energy
August 25, 2006 Citizen Action Group Blog CAG
WV Report: We Must Invest in West Virginia’s Future
West Virginia families are facing unmet needs in the areas of education, health care, and energy policy.
Issues: EducationEnergyHealthcare
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