Americans Plead With Biden For Help – Danger Edge Near!

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Many Americans are worried about how they will keep their families warm this winter as the cold weather approaches swiftly. Natural gas, heating oil, and fuel costs are high due to insufficient supply in the Northeast. President Joe Biden is being almost begged by the region to put emergency plans and stockpiles in place to deal with shortages.

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts that from October 2022 to March 2023, natural gas prices will rise by about 28%, heating oil prices will rise by about 27%, and propane prices will rise by about 5%. The administration warned that rates would increase further if winter ended up being even 10% colder than last year.

Many locals already struggle to get by due to inflation, and now they may also have to deal with a harsh winter. Some people might have to choose between eating and heating. In order to reduce energy expenses, President Biden has made various efforts. The Department of Human and Health Services, for instance, pledged $4.5 billion in support for American families, particularly those with low income. In an effort to reduce fuel prices, the president has also released 15 million barrels of oil from the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

Further than those two actions, the White House has not taken any other steps to assist Americans in surviving the upcoming winter.

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