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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Le-Ha Anderson
Energy providers in the D.C. region are urging residents to stay safe, warm and patient as Hurricane Sandy knocks out power to thousands of homes and leaves outages that could last for several days.
The program "is for anyone experiencing trouble with their heating bills," Ms. Anderson said. "We help people in the summer with cooling, and we help people in the winter with heating."
Ms. Anderson said that some Dominion employees also donate to the program.