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Cuccinelli to host a series of town halls on electric rates

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) will host a series of town halls in Southside Virginia next week about electric rates.  Cuccinelli plans a second set in Southwest Virginia in April. The town halls are part of his official duties: As attorney general, Cuccinelli represents citizens in electric rate cases, including those against Appalachian Power. But there’s no mistaking the timing.
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