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A Chicago lawyer who has advised industrial businesses and governments on energy-related issues for more than two decades said the 503-page bailout bill, which rewrote major provisions of both the Illinois Public Utilities Act and the Illinois Power Agency Act, should have received a more thorough review before becoming law.

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What’s going to happen when the time runs out on these subsidies? I bet they will close the plants. They can’t keep money loosing plants running forever.

And what happens to the electricity they generate and is exported out of the state? Do those ratepayers a;solo pay the price? (NO)