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The clean energy bill passed in the Ohio House last week. 

The measure eliminates the state’s clean energy mandates and, if passed, most of the benefits would go to two aging nuclear plants and two coal-burning plants. 

Electric rate payers could also see a small reduction in their bills, but opponents to the plan predict the savings will be short-lived.

Today on All Sides, the clean energy bill and more on our weekly Reporter Roundtable.


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