There’s a reason why it’s called the ‘law’ of supply and demand

MINOT, N.D. — Some Minnesotans are “sitting in the dark, turning the furnace down and wrapping up in electric blankets to keep warm, buying quilted curtains and cutting back on other expenses in order to have enough to pay utility bills they say are averaging $100 more than usual,” the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

In some instances, the utility bills have doubled.

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