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January 15, 2017
The GOP mind at work
Billings Gazette - A bill proposed by six [GOP] state lawmakers would charge utilities a penalty if they use wind or solar energy to provide Wyoming consumers with electricity. Utilities would have a year to reach the first compliance milestone of the bill, in which each company would have to get 95 percent of its Wyoming-sold energy from the approved resources. The following year, 2019, companies must reach 100 percent compliance.