CT Senate Votes to Tighten Utility Regulations

State Sen. Norm Needleman, D-Essex, co-chair of the Energy and Technology Committee, explains a bill that would make a long list of changes to how utilities are regulated in Connecticut. (Credit: Norm Needleman)


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HARTFORD – A bill that would make sweeping changes to tighten how Connecticut’s utilities are regulated passed the State Senate early Friday, which the state’s chief utility regulator praised for imp...

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