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Showing 75 bills tagged ‘Energy/Utilities’    


HB 4036: Prohibit local gas stove bans
Introduced January 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: natural gas utilities; local units of government imposing a ban on the use of natural gas or installation of natural gas infrastructure; prohibit.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Regulations   
Sponsor: Dale Zorn
Cosponsors: Bradley Slagh
Referred to House Natural Resources, Environment, Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Committee

HB 4228: Eliminate caps on solar
Introduced March 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; distributed generation; eliminate caps.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Special Interest Deal   
Sponsor: Gregory Markkanen
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4256: Impose regulations on energy storage
Introduced March 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; electricity storage system technology; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Regulations   
Sponsor: Jenn Hill
Cosponsors: Erin Byrnes, Donavan McKinney, Carrie Rheingans, Rachel Hood, Veronica Paiz, Christine Morse, Sharon MacDonell, Dylan Wegela, Jasper Martus, Jason Morgan, Natalie Price, Jimmie Wilson, Joey Andrews, Denise Mentzer, Alabas Farhat, Noah Arbit, Felicia Brabec, Betsy Coffia, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4317: New law to create Payment in Lieu of Taxes for "solar energy districts"
Introduced March 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Property tax: payment in lieu of taxes; payment in lieu of taxes for certain renewable energy facilities; provide for. Creates new act. TIE BAR WITH: HB 4318'23
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Curtis VanderWall
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

06/22/23  House roll call vote #220 On passage: Passed 93 – 16 (See how they voted)
06/28/23  Senate roll call vote #418 On passage: Passed 27 – 10 (See how they voted)
07/26/23: Signed into law, PA 108 of 2023

HB 4318: New law to create Payment in Lieu of Taxes for "solar energy districts"
Introduced March 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Property tax: payment in lieu of taxes; payment in lieu of taxes for renewable energy facilities; provide for. Amends secs. 9 & 9f of 1893 PA 206 (MCL 211.9 & 211.9f). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4317'23
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Cynthia Neeley
Cosponsors: Curtis VanderWall
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

06/22/23  House roll call vote #221 On passage: Passed 92 – 17 (See how they voted)
06/28/23  Senate roll call vote #419 On passage: Passed 27 – 10 (See how they voted)
07/26/23: Signed into law, PA 109 of 2023

HB 4464: Allow community solar facilities
Introduced April 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; community solar facilities; provide for establishment of.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Rachel Hood
Cosponsors: Erin Byrnes, Kara Hope, Felicia Brabec, Dylan Wegela, Emily Dievendorf, Samantha Steckloff, Kelly Breen, Penelope Tsernoglou, Carrie Rheingans, Veronica Paiz, Jimmie Wilson, Stephanie Young, Carol Glanville, Brenda Carter, Sharon MacDonell, Jennifer Conlin, Betsy Coffia, Lori Stone, Noah Arbit, Donavan McKinney, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Julie Brixie, Jaime Churches, Kimberly Edwards, Natalie Price, Julie Rogers, Alabas Farhat, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4491: Create tax credit for using electric bicycles that sometimes explode
Introduced April 27, 2023
Official text and analysis

Individual income tax: credit; e-bike transportation incentive program act; create.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Environment, Leftism, Taxes   
Sponsor: Julie Rogers
Cosponsors: Rachel Hood, Samantha Steckloff, Felicia Brabec, Sharon MacDonell, Mike McFall, Jimmie Wilson, Carrie Rheingans, Jaime Churches, William Snyder, Jennifer Conlin, Veronica Paiz, Jason Morgan, Joey Andrews, Helena Scott, Tyrone Carter, Julie Brixie
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

HB 4542: Require refunds for power outages
Introduced May 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: consumer services; reimbursement to consumer for losses due to a power outage; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: James DeSana
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4706: Clarify that electric vehicle charging services are not public utilities
Introduced June 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: public service commission; licensing of electric vehicle charging station operators; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Transportation   
Sponsor: Sharon MacDonell
Cosponsors: Veronica Paiz, Noah Arbit, Joey Andrews, Erin Byrnes, Julie Rogers, Felicia Brabec, Jasper Martus, Ranjeev Puri, Carrie Rheingans, Philip Skaggs, Jennifer Conlin, Kelly Breen, Regina Miller, Brenda Carter, Samantha Steckloff, Alabas Farhat, Jason Morgan, Dylan Wegela, Jenn Hill, Jaime Churches
Referred to House Transportation, Mobility and Infrastructure Committee

Votes on this bill

06/28/23  House roll call vote #259 On passage: Passed 100 – 8 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #695 On passage: Passed 33 – 2 (See how they voted)
11/29/23: Signed into law, PA 245 of 2023

HB 4708: Exempt electric vehicle charging stations from property tax
Introduced June 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Property tax: exemptions; electric vehicle charging stations; exempt.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Taxes, Transportation   
Sponsor: Alabas Farhat
Cosponsors: Joey Andrews, Rachel Hood, Noah Arbit, Sharon MacDonell, Philip Skaggs, Jim Haadsma, Jason Hoskins, Jimmie Wilson, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Christine Morse, Brenda Carter, Penelope Tsernoglou, Mike McFall, Samantha Steckloff, Cynthia Neeley, Amos O'Neal
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

HB 4759: Mandate 60% renewable energy by 2030 and 100% by 2035
Introduced June 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; renewable energy standard; increase, and establish a carbon-free energy standard.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Betsy Coffia
Cosponsors: Jason Hoskins, Alabas Farhat, Amos O'Neal, Ranjeev Puri, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Kara Hope, Christine Morse, Stephanie Young, Dylan Wegela, Donavan McKinney, Natalie Price, Julie Brixie, Carol Glanville, Sharon MacDonell, Tyrone Carter, Kelly Breen, Lori Stone, Jennifer Conlin, Jaime Churches, Rachel Hood, Regina Weiss, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Jimmie Wilson, Mike McFall, Kimberly Edwards, Veronica Paiz, Laurie Pohutsky, Abraham Aiyash, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4760: Mandate 60% renewable energy by 2030 and 100% by 2035
Introduced June 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: public service commission; public service commission mandate and factors for decision making; revise.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Laurie Pohutsky
Cosponsors: Jennifer Conlin, Jason Hoskins, Alabas Farhat, Amos O'Neal, Ranjeev Puri, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Christine Morse, Kara Hope, Stephanie Young, Dylan Wegela, Natalie Price, Donavan McKinney, Julie Brixie, Carol Glanville, Sharon MacDonell, Tyrone Carter, Kelly Breen, Lori Stone, Jaime Churches, Rachel Hood, Regina Weiss, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Jimmie Wilson, Mike McFall, Kimberly Edwards, Veronica Paiz, Jasper Martus, Abraham Aiyash, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4761: Mandate 60% renewable energy by 2030 and 100% by 2035
Introduced June 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: conservation and efficiency; process to allow public comment; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Abraham Aiyash
Cosponsors: Alabas Farhat, Jason Hoskins, Amos O'Neal, Ranjeev Puri, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Christine Morse, Kara Hope, Dylan Wegela, Stephanie Young, Natalie Price, Donavan McKinney, Carol Glanville, Julie Brixie, Sharon MacDonell, Tyrone Carter, Kelly Breen, Lori Stone, Jaime Churches, Jennifer Conlin, Rachel Hood, Regina Weiss, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Jimmie Wilson, Mike McFall, Kimberly Edwards, Julie Rogers, Veronica Paiz, Jasper Martus, Laurie Pohutsky, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4839: Require Public Service Commission create program for reimbursements for personal solar and battery systems
Introduced June 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; distributed generation, storage, and aggregation; create program for in rate cases.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Environment, Leftism, Spending   
Sponsor: Jenn Hill
Cosponsors: Donavan McKinney, Erin Byrnes, Jason Morgan, Natalie Price, Jimmie Wilson, Rachel Hood, Felicia Brabec, Veronica Paiz, Sharon MacDonell, Carol Glanville, Mike McFall, Laurie Pohutsky, Jaime Churches, Noah Arbit, Stephanie Young, Samantha Steckloff, Joey Andrews, Kara Hope, Penelope Tsernoglou, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 4840: Spend taxpayer money subsidizing residential solar and battery systems
Introduced June 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; grants for residential customers who install electric generators and storage systems; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Environment, Leftism, Spending, Taxes   
Sponsor: Donavan McKinney
Cosponsors: Jenn Hill, Erin Byrnes, Jason Morgan, Natalie Price, Jimmie Wilson, Rachel Hood, Felicia Brabec, Veronica Paiz, Sharon MacDonell, Carol Glanville, Mike McFall, Laurie Pohutsky, Jaime Churches, Noah Arbit, Stephanie Young, Samantha Steckloff, Joey Andrews, Kara Hope, Penelope Tsernoglou, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5083: Create carbon tax and credit scheme
Introduced October 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Environmental protection: air pollution; low-carbon fuel standard; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Regulations, Special Interest Deal   
Sponsor: Joey Andrews
Cosponsors: Jennifer Conlin, Julie Brixie, Jason Hoskins, Erin Byrnes, Carrie Rheingans, Emily Dievendorf, Noah Arbit, Natalie Price, Jenn Hill, Jaime Churches, Ranjeev Puri, Laurie Pohutsky
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5119: Grant clean energy tax credits to utilities
Introduced October 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: conservation and efficiency; credits for property assessed clean energy projects on residential property; grant to utility.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Special Interest Deal, Spending, Taxes   
Sponsor: Rachel Hood
Cosponsors: Carrie Rheingans, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Julie Brixie
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5120: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; solar, wind, and storage facilities of 100 MW or more; authorize MPSC certification for zoning exemptions.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Special Interest Deal   
Sponsor: Abraham Aiyash
Cosponsors: Ranjeev Puri, Brenda Carter, Laurie Pohutsky, Carrie Rheingans, Kara Hope, Amos O'Neal, Erin Byrnes, Lori Stone, Sharon MacDonell, Penelope Tsernoglou, Christine Morse, Kelly Breen, Jasper Martus, Joey Andrews, Samantha Steckloff, Jimmie Wilson
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

Votes on this bill

11/02/23  House roll call vote #483 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  House roll call vote #492 Concur with Senate: Passed 56 – 53 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #669 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
11/28/23: Signed into law, PA 233 of 2023

HB 5121: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: zoning and growth management; certification of solar, wind, and storage facilities of 100 MW or more; make zoning enabling act subject to.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Special Interest Deal   
Sponsor: Ranjeev Puri
Cosponsors: Abraham Aiyash, Brenda Carter, Kara Hope, Laurie Pohutsky, Carrie Rheingans, Amos O'Neal, Erin Byrnes, Lori Stone, Sharon MacDonell, Penelope Tsernoglou, Christine Morse, Kelly Breen, Jasper Martus, Joey Andrews, Samantha Steckloff, Jimmie Wilson
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

Votes on this bill

11/02/23  House roll call vote #484 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  House roll call vote #493 Concur with Senate: Passed 56 – 53 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #670 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
11/28/23: Signed into law, PA 234 of 2023

HB 5122: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: zoning and growth management; solar and storage facilities of 50 or more MW but less than 100 MW; authorize MPSC certification for zoning exemptions.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Special Interest Deal   
Sponsor: Philip Skaggs
Cosponsors: Abraham Aiyash, Ranjeev Puri, Brenda Carter, Laurie Pohutsky, Carrie Rheingans, Kara Hope, Amos O'Neal, Erin Byrnes, Lori Stone, Sharon MacDonell, Penelope Tsernoglou, Christine Morse, Kelly Breen, Jasper Martus, Joey Andrews, Samantha Steckloff, Jimmie Wilson
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5123: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: zoning and growth management; certification of solar and storage facilities of 50 or more MW but less than 100 MW; make zoning enabling act subject to.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Special Interest Deal   
Sponsor: Ranjeev Puri
Cosponsors: Abraham Aiyash, Brenda Carter, Kara Hope, Laurie Pohutsky, Carrie Rheingans, Amos O'Neal, Erin Byrnes, Lori Stone, Sharon MacDonell, Penelope Tsernoglou, Christine Morse, Kelly Breen, Jasper Martus, Joey Andrews, Jimmie Wilson
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5186: Create taxpayer-funded subsidies for companies that get LEED certification ("green" rules)
Introduced October 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Corporate income tax: credits; credit for certain construction and renovation projects that receive LEED certification; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Environment, Special Interest Deal, Spending   
Sponsor: John Roth
Cosponsors: Sharon MacDonell, Jerry Neyer, Brian BeGole, Samantha Steckloff
Referred to House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee

HB 5216: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: rates; ratemaking standards; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Helena Scott
Cosponsors: Cynthia Neeley
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5217: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: rates; different customer rates; require the commission to establish.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Helena Scott
Cosponsors: Cynthia Neeley
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5218: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: natural gas utilities; propane distribution compliance forms; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Jenn Hill
Cosponsors: Helena Scott
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5219: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; electrical reconnection fees for electric utilities; establish.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: John Fitzgerald
Cosponsors: Helena Scott
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5220: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: other; centralized best practices document and emergency training; require for extreme weather events.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Joey Andrews
Cosponsors: Helena Scott
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5221: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; electrical reconnection fees for municipally owned electric utilities; establish.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Cynthia Neeley
Cosponsors: Helena Scott
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5222: Create socialist "need-based" energy pricing scheme
Introduced October 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; engineering audits; require.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Abraham Aiyash
Cosponsors: Helena Scott
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5311: Expand Public Service Commission to include 2 members appointed by legislature
Introduced November 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: public service commission; appointment of members to the Michigan public service commission; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Alicia St. Germaine
Cosponsors: John Roth, Angela Rigas, Gregory Alexander, Jay DeBoyer, Kathy Schmaltz, Donni Steele, Ken Borton, Jamie Thompson, Tom Kunse, David Martin, Gregory Markkanen, Jaime Greene, Cameron Cavitt
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5520: Prohibit utility monopolies from donating to PACs
Introduced February 22, 2024
Official text and analysis

Campaign finance: contributions and expenditures; contributions to political action committees by utility companies; prohibit.
Tags: Elections, Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Dylan Wegela
Cosponsors: Penelope Tsernoglou, Mike McFall, Noah Arbit, Jason Morgan, Emily Dievendorf, Erin Byrnes, Carrie Rheingans, Rachel Hood, Jasper Martus, Veronica Paiz, Kimberly Edwards, Donavan McKinney, Felicia Brabec, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5521: Prohibit utility monopolies from donating to 501c4 organizations
Introduced February 22, 2024
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: other; use of revenues as donation to a 501(c)(4) that engages in campaign or lobbying activities; prohibit.
Tags: Elections, Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Dylan Wegela
Cosponsors: Penelope Tsernoglou, Mike McFall, Carrie Rheingans, Emily Dievendorf, Erin Byrnes, Donavan McKinney, Jason Morgan, Rachel Hood, Timothy Beson, Noah Arbit, Jasper Martus, Veronica Paiz, Kimberly Edwards, Felicia Brabec, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5606: Define "advanced nuclear reactor"
Introduced March 20, 2024
Official text and analysis

Energy: nuclear; definition of advanced nuclear reactors; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Graham Filler
Cosponsors: Joey Andrews, Alabas Farhat, Donavan McKinney, Samantha Steckloff, Kara Hope, Erin Byrnes, Mike McFall, Natalie Price, Cynthia Neeley, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Pauline Wendzel, David Martin, Brenda Carter, Nancy DeBoer, Brian BeGole, Jamie Thompson, Philip Skaggs, William Bruck, Matt Bierlein, Cameron Cavitt, Dale Zorn, Bill Schuette, Tom Kunse
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5607: Create taxpayer-funded grant for graduates working in nuclear energy facilities
Introduced March 20, 2024
Official text and analysis

Energy: nuclear; grant for certain graduates working in a nuclear or hydrogen energy facility; provide for.
Tags: Education, Energy/Utilities, Spending   
Sponsor: Joey Andrews
Cosponsors: Alabas Farhat, Graham Filler, Donavan McKinney, Samantha Steckloff, Kara Hope, Erin Byrnes, Mike McFall, Natalie Price, Amos O'Neal, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Pauline Wendzel, Brenda Carter, Nancy DeBoer, Philip Skaggs, William Bruck, Matt Bierlein, Cameron Cavitt, Jamie Thompson, Bill Schuette, Tom Kunse
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5608: Create taxpayer-funded grant for graduates working in nuclear energy facilities
Introduced March 20, 2024
Official text and analysis

Higher education: education programs; nuclear and hydrogen education grant program; create.
Tags: Education, Energy/Utilities, Spending   
Sponsor: Mike McFall
Cosponsors: Joey Andrews, Alabas Farhat, Graham Filler, Donavan McKinney, Samantha Steckloff, Kara Hope, Erin Byrnes, Natalie Price, Amos O'Neal, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Brenda Carter, Nancy DeBoer, Philip Skaggs, William Bruck, Matt Bierlein, Cameron Cavitt, Jamie Thompson, Dale Zorn, Bill Schuette, Tom Kunse
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5609: Create taxpayer-funded grant for graduates working in nuclear energy facilities
Introduced March 20, 2024
Official text and analysis

Higher education: education programs; fund for nuclear and hydrogen education grant program; create.
Tags: Education, Energy/Utilities, Spending   
Sponsor: Samantha Steckloff
Cosponsors: Joey Andrews, Alabas Farhat, Graham Filler, Donavan McKinney, Kara Hope, Erin Byrnes, Mike McFall, Natalie Price, Amos O'Neal, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Pauline Wendzel, Brenda Carter, Nancy DeBoer, Brian BeGole, Jamie Thompson, Philip Skaggs, William Bruck, Matt Bierlein, Cameron Cavitt, Dale Zorn, Bill Schuette, Tom Kunse
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

SB 10: Prohibit natural gas bans
Introduced January 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: natural gas utilities; local units of government imposing a ban on the use of natural gas or installation of natural gas infrastructure; prohibit.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Environment   
Sponsor: Joe Bellino
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Local Government Committee

SB 14: Allow state to impose more strict energy rules than the feds do
Introduced January 17, 2023
Official text and analysis

Administrative procedure: rules; prohibition on adoption of rules by state agencies from being more stringent than federal regulations; eliminate.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Sean McCann
Cosponsors: Sara Anthony, Jeff Irwin, Stephanie Chang, Erika Geiss, Paul Wojno, Mary Cavanagh, John Cherry, Darrin Camilleri, Veronica Klinefelt, Sue Shink, Dayna Polehanki, Rosemary Bayer, Mallory McMorrow
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

05/17/23  Senate roll call vote #291 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/17/23  Senate roll call vote #292 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/17/23  Senate roll call vote #293 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/17/23  Senate roll call vote #294 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/17/23  Senate roll call vote #295 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
06/28/23  House roll call vote #260 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
07/26/23: Signed into law, PA 104 of 2023

SB 60: Eliminate sales tax on home heating fuels (eg propane)
Introduced February 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Use tax: other; use tax on residential home heating fuels; eliminate.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Taxes   
Sponsor: Roger Hauck
Cosponsors: Joe Bellino, Kevin Daley, Rick Outman, Michele Hoitenga
Referred to Senate Finance, Insurance, and Consumer Protection Committee

SB 61: Eliminate sales tax on home heating fuels (eg propane)
Introduced February 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Sales tax: other; sales tax on residential home heating fuels; eliminate.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Taxes   
Sponsor: Michele Hoitenga
Cosponsors: Joe Bellino, Kevin Daley, Rick Outman, Roger Hauck
Referred to Senate Finance, Insurance, and Consumer Protection Committee

SB 152: Require MPSC regulate community solar facilities
Introduced March 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: consumer services; community solar facilities; require MPSC to promulgate rules concerning.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Ed McBroom
Cosponsors: Jeff Irwin, Erika Geiss, Mallory McMorrow, Stephanie Chang, Sylvia Santana, Rosemary Bayer, Dayna Polehanki, Sue Shink, Mary Cavanagh, Darrin Camilleri, Sam Singh, Kevin Daley
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 153: Provide for establishment of community solar facilities
Introduced March 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; community solar facilities; provide for establishment of.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: Ed McBroom, Erika Geiss, Mallory McMorrow, Stephanie Chang, Sylvia Santana, Rosemary Bayer, Dayna Polehanki, Sue Shink, Mary Cavanagh, Darrin Camilleri, Sam Singh, Kevin Daley
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 220: Double fees for oil and gas
Introduced March 21, 2023
Official text and analysis

Natural resources: gas and oil; fee for monitoring, administration, and enforcement; increase. Amends sec. 61524 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.61524).
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Taxes   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: Sylvia Santana, Stephanie Chang, Rosemary Bayer, Mary Cavanagh, Sue Shink
Referred to Senate Natural Resources and Agriculture Committee

SB 271: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; use of 100% renewable energy sources by 2035; mandate.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Erika Geiss
Cosponsors: Sam Singh, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Sue Shink, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Jeremy Moss, Rosemary Bayer, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #615 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #629 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #628 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #627 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #626 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #625 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #624 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #623 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #622 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #621 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #620 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #619 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #618 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #617 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #616 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #614 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
11/03/23  House roll call vote #486 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #672 Republican amendment: Failed 17 – 20 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #673 Republican amendment: Failed 17 – 20 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #674 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/28/23: Signed into law, PA 235 of 2023

SB 272: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: public service commission; regulation of utilities by the public service commission; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Sue Shink
Cosponsors: Sam Singh, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Erika Geiss, Kevin Hertel, Jeremy Moss, Rosemary Bayer, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 273: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; participation in the energy waste reduction program by municipally owned utilities and co-ops; require, and set specific targets for all electric providers.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Sam Singh
Cosponsors: Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Sue Shink, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Jeremy Moss, Rosemary Bayer, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #600 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #601 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #602 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
11/03/23  House roll call vote #487 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  House roll call vote #491 On passage: Passed 56 – 53 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #705 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 15 (See how they voted)
11/28/23: Signed into law, PA 229 of 2023

SB 274: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Construction: other; strategic plan relating to greenhouse gas emissions reductions for new construction; require department of licensing and regulatory affairs to create.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Sue Shink
Cosponsors: Sam Singh, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Jeremy Moss, Rosemary Bayer, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 275: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Environmental protection: air pollution; low-carbon fuel standard; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Sam Singh
Cosponsors: Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sue Shink, Sylvia Santana, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Jeremy Moss, Rosemary Bayer, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 276: Eliminate all coal plants by 2030
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; phaseout of certain coal-fired electricity-generating plants; provide for by 2030.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Sam Singh
Cosponsors: Sam Singh, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Sue Shink, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Jeremy Moss, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 277: Allow farmers to rent land to build solar farms
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: farmland and open space; policy for farmers to rent land for commercial solar operations while enrolled in the PA 116 program; allow.
Tags: Agriculture, Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Kristen McDonald Rivet
Cosponsors: Sam Singh, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Sue Shink, Sylvia Santana, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Erika Geiss, Jeremy Moss, Rosemary Bayer, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

09/26/23  Senate roll call vote #455 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
09/26/23  Senate roll call vote #456 Republican Amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
09/26/23  Senate roll call vote #457 On passage: Passed 23 – 15 (See how they voted)
11/03/23  House roll call vote #490 On passage: Passed 56 – 51 (See how they voted)
11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #675 Concur with House: Passed 22 – 14 (See how they voted)
11/28/23: Signed into law, PA 230 of 2023

SB 288: Make temporary Michigan energy assistance program permanent
Introduced April 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Human services: services or financial assistance; Michigan energy assistance program sunset; repeal.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Nanny State, Spending   
Sponsor: Sam Singh
Cosponsors: Paul Wojno, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Veronica Klinefelt, Dayna Polehanki, Rosemary Bayer, Mary Cavanagh, Mark Huizenga, Sylvia Santana
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  Senate roll call vote #321 On passage: Passed 29 – 9 (See how they voted)
06/22/23  House roll call vote #217 On passage: Passed 87 – 22 (See how they voted)
07/26/23: Signed into law, PA 105 of 2023

SB 296: Require utility monopolies disclose political spending including to dark money groups
Introduced April 26, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: other; certain money spent by electric or natural gas utilities; require to be reported to the public service commission.
Tags: Elections, Energy/Utilities, Transparency   
Sponsor: Jim Runestad
Cosponsors: Ruth Johnson, Joe Bellino
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 297: Make public service commission (utility regulators) elected instead of appointed
Introduced April 26, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: public service commission; election of members to the Michigan public service commission; provide for.
Tags: Elections, Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Jim Runestad
Cosponsors: Ruth Johnson, Joe Bellino
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 298: Make public service commission (utility regulators) elected instead of appointed
Introduced April 26, 2023
Official text and analysis

Elections: other; election of members to the Michigan public service commission; provide for.
Tags: Elections, Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Jim Runestad
Cosponsors: Ruth Johnson, Joe Bellino
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 302: Require buildings exceed energy code requirements to qualify as new construction energy project
Introduced April 27, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; property assessed clean energy program; require new construction energy projects to exceed uniform energy code standards.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Regulations, Special Interest Deal, Taxes   
Sponsor: Darrin Camilleri
Cosponsors: Kristen McDonald Rivet, Sam Singh, Dayna Polehanki, Mary Cavanagh, Stephanie Chang, Paul Wojno, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Sue Shink, Sean McCann
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  Senate roll call vote #319 On passage: Passed 24 – 14 (See how they voted)
06/27/23  House roll call vote #234 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
07/26/23: Signed into law, PA 106 of 2023

SB 303: Expand clean energy subsidies
Introduced April 27, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; property assessed clean energy program; include environmental hazard and new construction projects and agricultural and multifamily property.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Special Interest Deal, Spending   
Sponsor: Kristen McDonald Rivet
Cosponsors: Sam Singh, Darrin Camilleri, Dayna Polehanki, Mary Cavanagh, Stephanie Chang, Paul Wojno, Jeff Irwin, Sylvia Santana, Sue Shink, Sean McCann
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  Senate roll call vote #320 On passage: Passed 24 – 14 (See how they voted)
06/27/23  House roll call vote #235 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
07/26/23: Signed into law, PA 107 of 2023

SB 353: Prohibit money from low-income energy assistance be used for the program's "crisis season" (winter)
Introduced May 23, 2023
Official text and analysis

Human services: services or financial assistance; Michigan energy assistance act; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Spending   
Sponsor: Veronica Klinefelt
Cosponsors: Sam Singh
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

06/26/24  Senate roll call vote #314 On passage: Passed 28 – 10 (See how they voted)


SB 362: Eliminate caps on solar
Introduced May 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; distributed generation program; eliminate modified net metering and cap on system capacity, increase cap on peak load, and provide for fair value tariffs and standard-offer contracts.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Erika Geiss, Sue Shink, Ed McBroom, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Sam Singh
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 363: Eliminate tax on solar
Introduced May 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; tariff for distributed generation and net metering customers; eliminate.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Rosemary Bayer
Cosponsors: Ed McBroom, Erika Geiss, Sue Shink, Jeff Irwin, Stephanie Chang, Darrin Camilleri, Sam Singh
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 366: Increase fine for gas safety violation by 1900%
Introduced May 30, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: natural gas; penalties for natural gas safety violations; modify.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Environment, Leftism, Regulations, Civil Law   
Sponsor: Sean McCann
Cosponsors: Jeff Irwin, Sue Shink, Sam Singh, Paul Wojno, Dayna Polehanki, Rosemary Bayer
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

02/22/24  Senate roll call vote #28 On passage: Passed 32 – 5 (See how they voted)
06/27/24  House roll call vote #277 On passage: Passed 89 – 21 (See how they voted)


SB 504: Prohibit long-term industrial energy load rates being subject to securitization changes
Introduced September 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: electric utilities; long-term industrial load rates; prohibit from being subject to securitization charges.
Tags: Energy/Utilities   
Sponsor: Kristen McDonald Rivet
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

03/19/24  Senate roll call vote #65 On passage: Passed 35 – 2 (See how they voted)


SB 551: Prohibit water shut-offs for non-payment in certain circumstances
Introduced October 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: water utilities; water shutoff protection act; enact.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: Stephanie Chang
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Mary Cavanagh, Paul Wojno, Sue Shink, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 552: Decriminalize tampering with utility shut-offs
Introduced October 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: other; violation of tampering with utility shut-off procedures; decriminalize under certain circumstances.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Energy/Utilities, Shocking   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Stephanie Chang, Mary Cavanagh, Paul Wojno, Sue Shink, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 553: Decriminalize tampering with utility shut-offs
Introduced October 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for tampering with utility shutoff to residence; amend to reflect decriminalization of certain acts.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Energy/Utilities, Shocking   
Sponsor: Paul Wojno
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Stephanie Chang, Mary Cavanagh, Sue Shink, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 554: Mandate landlords put water and sewer bill in tenant's name if requested
Introduced October 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Housing: landlord and tenants; right for water and sewer bill to be in tenant's name; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Landlords   
Sponsor: Mary Cavanagh
Cosponsors: Stephanie Chang, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno, Sue Shink, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 558: Ban homeowners associations from prohibiting energy-saving improvements
Introduced October 4, 2023
Official text and analysis

Housing: other; solar generators; invalidate prohibition of by homeowners' association.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Property Rights   
Sponsor: Rosemary Bayer
Cosponsors: Joe Bellino, Dayna Polehanki, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Jeff Irwin, Sam Singh, Mary Cavanagh, Sue Shink, John Cherry
Referred to Senate Finance, Insurance, and Consumer Protection Committee

SB 571: Mandate "prevailing wage" union preference on solar and wind energy projects
Introduced October 10, 2023
Official text and analysis

Labor: hours and wages; prevailing wage; require on certain solar and wind energy projects, and require contractors to obtain a registration to perform work on certain projects.
Tags: Big Labor, Energy/Utilities, Leftism   
Sponsor: John Cherry
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Labor Committee

Votes on this bill

05/01/24  Senate roll call vote #103 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/01/24  Senate roll call vote #104 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/01/24  Senate roll call vote #105 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
06/26/24  Senate roll call vote #321 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
06/26/24  House roll call vote #225 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)


SB 585: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; solar, wind, and storage facilities of 100 MW or more; authorize MPSC certification for zoning exemptions.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Shocking   
Sponsor: Sean McCann
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 586: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: zoning and growth management; solar and storage facilities of 50 or more MW but less than 100 MW; authorize MPSC certification for zoning exemptions.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Shocking   
Sponsor: Sean McCann
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Votes on this bill

11/09/23  House roll call vote #586 Concur with Senate: Passed 61 – 45 (See how they voted)


SB 587: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: zoning and growth management; certification of solar and storage facilities of 50 or more MW but less than 100 MW; make zoning enabling act subject to.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Shocking   
Sponsor: Sean McCann
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 588: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar
Introduced October 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Land use: zoning and growth management; certification of solar, wind, and storage facilities of 100 MW or more; make zoning enabling act subject to.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Local Government, Shocking   
Sponsor: Sean McCann
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 722: Allow tenants to have water utilities put into their name
Introduced February 21, 2024
Official text and analysis

Public utilities: other; transfer of utility to tenant; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Landlords   
Sponsor: Mary Cavanagh
Cosponsors: Stephanie Chang
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 768: Dept of Environmental Quality / Energy annual budget
Introduced March 7, 2024
Official text and analysis

Appropriations: department of environment, Great Lakes, and energy; appropriations for fiscal year 2024-2025; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Spending   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

Votes on this bill

05/09/24  Senate roll call vote #130 Republican amendment: Failed 16 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/09/24  Senate roll call vote #131 Republican amendment: Failed 16 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/09/24  Senate roll call vote #132 Republican amendment: Failed 16 – 20 (See how they voted)
05/09/24  Senate roll call vote #133 On passage: Passed 20 – 16 (See how they voted)
05/21/24  House roll call vote #105 On passage: Passed 56 – 51 (See how they voted)
06/04/24  Senate roll call vote #229 Concur with House: Failed 0 – 38 (See how they voted)


SB 772: Create grants for low-income residents who install electric generators and batteries on their homes
Introduced March 7, 2024
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; grants for residential customers who install electric generators and storage systems; provide for.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Leftism, Spending   
Sponsor: Sue Shink
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee

SB 773: Create program for home generators and batteries in electric rate cases brought to MPSC
Introduced March 7, 2024
Official text and analysis

Energy: alternative sources; distributed generation, storage, and aggregation; create program for in rate cases.
Tags: Energy/Utilities, Spending   
Sponsor: Sue Shink
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Energy and Environment Committee




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