Kane alarmed over Pa. electric-bill shock

MICHAEL BRYANT / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Sources say Attorney General Kathleen Kane is "seriously" considering a U.S. Senate run against Lehigh Valley Republican Pat Toomey.
MICHAEL BRYANT / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Sources say Attorney General Kathleen Kane is "seriously" considering a U.S. Senate run against Lehigh Valley Republican Pat Toomey.
Posted: February 28, 2014

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane expressed concern Wednesday over reports of dramatic increases in electricity costs and encouraged customers to submit their complaints to her office.

"These spikes in the price of electricity are alarming and have put many consumers, especially the poor and elderly, in a dire situation," Kane said in a statement.

Customers can reach out to the Consumer Protection Helpline at 1-800-441-2555 or the Office of Consumer Advocate at 1-800-684-6560. Complaints should include contracts, billing, and marketing from energy generation suppliers.

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