(419) 405-2000 is a Utility Scam
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- Transcript Well I'm calling today because big utility lobbyist in Columbus are pushing a big bailout plan that will destroy jobs hurt new energy investment and increase electric rates this is House Bill 239 the big utility bailout bill we can actually listen to Robert cups message line and 1.
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