Action needed for propane shortage

March 2014
Corridor Business Journal;3/3/2014, Vol. 10 Issue 32, p12
The author discusses SF 2110, an Iowa legislative bill that will sanction two million dollar emergency funding the Low Income Home Energy Assistance program (LIHEAP), which will help state pay for the poor citizen's solar energy bills.


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