Legislation Introduced on Behalf of the Lt. Governor


  • H 6171: Encouraging competition in the energy market
    Creates a program that requires electric companies to bear the risks related to nonpayment by customers. This reduces the barriers that competitive suppliers face to entering the electric market and lowers costs for consumers.

  • H 6182: Lowering energy costs by properly accounting for incentive payments
    Requires the Public Utilities Commission to account for incentive payments that are paid to utility companies by using those payments to reduce profit levels during rate approval cases, thereby reducing rates.
  • H 6190 AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS -- ELECTRIC GENERATION SERVICE (Expands the competitive retail purchase of electricity by authorizing the creation of a purchase of receivables program which requires electric distribution companies to make timely payments to the suppliers of their electricity.)
  • S 2807 RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES -- INTERLOCAL CONTRACTING AND JOINT ENTERPRISES, AND REGIONAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION DISTRICTS (Enables cities and towns to evaluate and establish Regional Emergency Communication Districts )
  • H 8284 RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES -- INTERLOCAL CONTRACTING AND JOINT ENTERPRISES, AND REGIONAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION DISTRICTS (Enables cities and towns to evaluate and establish Regional Emergency Communication Districts.)
  • S 238 RELATING TO TAXATION -- LEVY AND ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL TAXES (Increases from 3 to 5 years the interval of time within which a city or town must conduct an update of its last property revaluation.)