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Law talk

Graham Platz, Department of Commerce deputy general counsel, recaps Senate Bill 609 before the Public Energy Authority at its monthly meeting Wednesday.    

At its monthly meeting Wednesday, the West Virginia Public Energy Authority got an update on work under a new law poised to thrust it into a key role in the possible shutdown of a coal-fired plant slated to shutter soon.

But it wasn’t much of an update, with Public Energy Authority Chairman and Department of Commerce Secretary James Bailey reporting the authority didn’t meet its goal of drafting language for a potential rule for Senate Bill 609 before the meeting.

Mike Tony covers energy and the environment. He can be reached at 304-348-1236 or mtony@hdmediallc

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