The odds are stacked against the working-class as the cold approaches.
Whilst "journalists" (lulz) are mostly concerned with the plight of hobos . . . Here's more news about a cost of living increase that could help break po'folk with jobs and bills to pay.
Check-it . . .
"Attorney Jim Zakoura said he does not believe it's all on the gas companies. He said he believes an influential natural gas price indexing company, S&P's Global Platts Natural Gas Index, is a factor. Looking at some trades, but setting the price for most trades."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Some Kansas natural gas customers may not see any relief from record-high bills over the winter.Natural gas prices spiked during the extreme cold wave earlier this year. Gas was $2.54 on Feb. 1. Sixteen days later, it was $622.76."$622.76 is clearly price gouging of the worst sort," attorney Jim Zakoura said.Zakoura said he does not believe it's all on the gas companies.