Kehoe files new nuclear plant bill

State Sen. Mike Kehoe has introduced a new, longer version of the proposal to let ratepayers pay for the costs of a utility company’s successful efforts to get a site plan permit for a future nuclear power plant.

Kehoe said Wednesday night the new law is the result of “multiple meetings, for hours at each time, trying to work through this. ... I think it’s exciting that we’ve been able to listen to the concerns of the large utility companies, the large industrial company users, and we feel like we’ve addressed (their) concerns.

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“Senate Bill 321 has incredible consumer protections in it.”


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