National Grid Rhode Island’s Nov. 27 proposal to charge customers an additional $71.6 million each year evoked sharp criticism from state leaders. The complaint – on its surface – stems from an overarching concern that reoccurring rate increases unfairly benefit the utility and unnecessarily hurt Rhode Islanders and their businesses. “Rhode Island families and small-business…
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