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Consumer and Energy Law in 1993 and Beyond

By The National Consumer Law Center

Generally, 1993 was a year of expansion of consumer rights, particularly regarding low-income utility rates and energy conservation measures. There were also several low points including the Supreme Court's blow to debtors' efforts to save their homes through bankruptcy, and LIHEAP's funding may be in jeopardy. This article highlights consumer and energy developments this past year.

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