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New England governors seeking ‘at least' $500M in emergency heating aid

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

New England governors are asking Congress to support at least $500 million in emergency funds to help address the forecasted spike in home energy bills.
In a letter to congressional leaders who are preparing a continuing resolution for the start of fiscal 2023, the region's governors noted that home energy bills “likely will be exacerbated this winter as a result of volatile global energy markets.”
The governors, including Gov. Charlie Baker, thanked congressional leaders for their commitment to the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and urged them to include emergency supplemental...
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