End the Clean Energy Freeze

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End the Clean Energy Freeze

Ohio still generates the majority of its electricity from coal. Pollution from coal plants includes mercury, carbon, and small particle pollution, which impacts our air and water quality.

The clean energy standards Ohio adopted in 2008 reduced our dependence on coal, created jobs, and saved ratepayers over $1 billion. The state legislature froze our clean energy standards in 2014 for two years.

Upload your photo and tell Governor Kasich why you want him to protect our communities and support clean energy in Ohio-starting with an end to the freeze

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