SOURCE: National Grid
DESCRIPTION:Because it falls on a spring day, it’s easy to mark Earth Day as a time of sunny, optimistic renewal. It’s become traditional to plant trees, clean up parks, recycle, and reduce energy.
But for the 50 percent of Americans living paycheck to paycheck, including many of our own customers in New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, it’s just another day of trying to make ends meet.
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