The controversy about “smart meters” continues to percolate in Ohio – with Governor Kasich’s office intervening Saturday to defend private property rights after an Ohio woman’s smart meter story went national. A rightful conclusion for resolute Ohio resident, Brenda Hawk. Continue reading
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