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(KSL News) Our natural gas bills are about to get higher.
The state's Public Service Commission has approved a Questar rate increase, which takes effect Tuesday.
Overall, rates will go up 23 percent annually. That means for a regular residential customer, the bill will go up about $150 a year or $13 a month.
A spokeswoman for the Public Service Commission says the agency is concerned about the impact on Utah customers but says the wholesale cost of natural gas has increased everywhere.