Competitive Era Fails to Shrink Electric Bills

October 15, 2006

shocker

By DAVID CAY JOHNSTON

A decade after competition was introduced in their industries, long-distance phone rates had fallen by half, air fares by more than a fourth and trucking rates by a fourth. But a decade after the federal government opened the business of generating electricity to competition, the market has produced no such decline.

*shocker

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