Latest rate spikes cause NC to think twice about deregulation

RALEIGH, N.C., Sept. 14, 2000 (Knight Ridder/Tribune)– Mary Odom was visiting Montana in early August when she read about a fiberboard plant that shut down because it could no longer afford to buy electricity on the open market.

By KATHERINE RIZZO
Associated Press Writer

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