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About "TVA Reform (AFF)"
Case Summary: This case reforms the Tennessee Valley Authority in two ways. First, by making them more transparent. Currently, even though the Tennessee Valley Authority is federally owned electric utility, they are extremely closed off and disclose as little information about themselves as possible. They use deception to cover up the dangers they pose to the public, and their deceptions have killed people. This case passes H.R. 881, known as the Tennessee Valley Authority Transparency Act of 2019, which requires the TVA to hold their quarterly meetings in public. Passing the Tennessee Valley Authority Transparency Act of 2019 is the first step in creating a more transparent, thus more accountable TVA. Second, it reforms TVA by setting a “Green Energy” goal of zero carbon emissions by 2027. This will reduce pollution (which harms human health immediately and directly) and reduce climate change (which harms society long term).
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