A crew works in 2015 to replace a gas line in Portage Park. [Heather Cherone/DNAinfo Chicago]

Consumer advocates will attempt Wednesday to turn up the pressure on Gov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois Commerce Commission over Peoples Gas’ expensive pipe-replacement program that critics blame for causing Chicago heating bills to skyrocket.

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