Minnesota Governor to Review Bill on Electric Cooperative Disputes
|March 17, 2017|
Previously published on March 17, 2017
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton is set to review a bill that would remove authority from the Minnesota Public Utility Commission in handling complaints from electricity customers and give such authority to a third-party mediator. Supporters of the legislation feel the cooperatives should have to go to St. Paul to defend its practices as the cooperatives boards are locally elected by its members.
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