States ward off the cold

Rich, Adam
January 2001
State Government News;Jan2001, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p16
Discusses the efforts of state governments in the United States to ensure affordable and adequate oil and gas supply for home heating needs. Increase in the prices of petroleum and heating oil in 2000; Expansion of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program to distribute heating oil to low-income residents; Actions taken by state governments in the Northeast to ensure adequate heating oil supply.


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