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RICHMOND -- Appalachian Power Co. would suspend an interim rate charge it began collecting in December if the General Assembly passes emergency legislation proposed Wednesday.
The proposal outlined before a state legislative commission represents a compromise by Appalachian after hearing from Southwest Virginia lawmakers who have been besieged with constituent complaints about skyrocketing electric bills. Several legislators have responded to the complaints by filing bills intended to limit Appalachian's ability to increase rates.
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