Oct. 2 — Illinois and other states have benefited from restructured markets over the past two decades. However, as the cost of reserves creep higher and higher, and the markets themselves fail to value the environmental attributes that people want and that the courts have said are lawful exercises of state authority, states will justifiably seek alternatives.
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