September 17, 2008 in Idaho
Rajah Bose photo

“This is going to be a hard winter for a lot of people,” says Karen Fournier, who runs Hearth Homes shelter for women and children. Her utility bill often hits $350 a month during the winter. She’s asked the Washington and Utilities Transportation Commission not to grant Avista’s rate increase request.


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