From: B J Foster on
....yet the ETS was voted down.

NSW Labor are raising electricity prices *anyway* despite the fact that
the bulk of it was intended to fund the ETS. The ETS has been voted down
in the senate and yet NSW Labor are raising prices anyway.

Are there any legal remedies to block this fraud?
From: Epsilon on
B J Foster wrote:
> ...yet the ETS was voted down.
>
> NSW Labor are raising electricity prices *anyway* despite the fact
> that the bulk of it was intended to fund the ETS. The ETS has been
> voted down in the senate and yet NSW Labor are raising prices anyway.
>
> Are there any legal remedies to block this fraud?

Yes - it's called an election.
From: David Clayton on
On Sat, 10 Apr 2010 16:08:48 +1000, B J Foster wrote:

> ...yet the ETS was voted down.
>
> NSW Labor are raising electricity prices *anyway* despite the fact that
> the bulk of it was intended to fund the ETS. The ETS has been voted down
> in the senate and yet NSW Labor are raising prices anyway.
>
> Are there any legal remedies to block this fraud?

So the decades of keeping prices down by not doing ongoing infrastructure
work don't count?

Guess what, sooner or later someone has to pay for all the costs involved,
no point whingeing now after so many years of artificial low electricity
prices.

--
Regards, David.

David Clayton
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Knowledge is a measure of how many answers you have, intelligence is a
measure of how many questions you have.

From: DM on
On Apr 10, 4:08 pm, B J Foster <bjfos...(a)yahoo.com.invalid> wrote:
> ...yet the ETS was voted down.
>
> NSW Labor are raising electricity prices *anyway* despite the fact that
> the bulk of it was intended to fund the ETS. The ETS has been voted down
> in the senate and yet NSW Labor are raising prices anyway.
>
> Are there any legal remedies to block this fraud?

http://www.truenergy.com.au/Residential/index.xhtml

DM
From: atec7 7 ""atec77 " on
B J Foster wrote:
> ...yet the ETS was voted down.
>
> NSW Labor are raising electricity prices *anyway* despite the fact that
> the bulk of it was intended to fund the ETS. The ETS has been voted down
> in the senate and yet NSW Labor are raising prices anyway.
>
> Are there any legal remedies to block this fraud?
vote hem out making it clear to the newly elected you opinion
and install alternative power equipment
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