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The blue states try an end run around the Constitution
Topic - Mark Macdonald
Their increasing popularity has caused worry about increasing demand on the electric grid, with consequences possibly including a demand for new power lines and generation, which MacDonald said likely would drive up electric costs.
One of the goals of EVT was to cut Vermont's electrical usage overall, said both MacDonald and George Twigg, EVT's director of public affairs.