Show-Me Power Play Price Spike

The cost of living continues to impact the working poor in Missouri whilst everybody is arguing about drag shows . . . Take a look . . .

"Consumer advocates argue that more investment in bill assistance programs are critical as families deal with high inflation. They urge state officials to reject the rate hike and stop Ameren from disconnecting service for late payments. They also want the utility to prioritize energy efficient programs to help reduce customer bills and invest in more bill assistance programs."

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Consumer advocates fear Ameren Missouri rate hike would burden low-income customers

Ameren Missouri customers would have to pay more for service if state regulators approve a $316 million rate hike proposed by the utility. The utility presented the rate increase to regulators last year. If the Missouri Public Service Commission endorses it, the average customer would have to pay about $12 more a month.