Natural gas production has surged in recent years and prices for the clean-burning fuel have fallen. But in the Northeast, people are still paying more than they should for both natural gas and electricity from gas-fired power plants. The problem is a shortage of pipelines, limiting the region’s supply of natural gas and driving up prices. To fix it, there are plans to build more pipelines between the Northeast and gas-producing states. But some politicians and interest groups want these projects blocked, no matter the economic consequences. See the attached for more information.

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