Ohio State Announces Telephone Deregulation Bill

The Office of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel (OCC), the residential utility consumer advocate, opposes legislation passed by the Ohio Senate (Am. Sub. Senate Bill 162) and being considered by the Ohio House of Representatives (Am. House Bill 276) because both eliminate necessary consumer protections, allow telephone companies to raise rates for basic service without review and do not include any benefits for residential consumers.

Am. Sub. Senate Bill 162 and Am. House Bill 276


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