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Legislators call on General Assembly to halt use of taxpayer funds for ALEC conferences

United States / Washington D.C. : Wahington Post: Virginia Politics

The Virginia Progressive Caucus on Wednesday called on their colleagues in the General Assembly to stop using state money to send legislators to conferences hosted by a conservative group that has been under fire in recent weeks. Re...

Virginia Legislators Look to Tax Breaks and Barrier-Busting to Boost Renewable Energy

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

The orchestrated mayhem of the Virginia General Assembly session is well underway. Weeks have passed and not much time remains until what’s known as “Crossover,” after which any bill that hasn’t passed its own chamber is effectively...

Virginia's General Assembly likes Solar Energy. Will That Be Enough?

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Virginia’s General Assembly broke new ground in February when it passed legislation declaring up to 500 megawatts of utility solar power “in the public interest.” The language will help projects gain regulatory approval from the Sta...

Only the Good Die Young: A Mid-Way Review of Virginia Climate and Energy Bills

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Virginia’s 2016 legislative session is only half over, but it’s already clear that the General Assembly is no more capable of dealing with climate change and a rapidly-evolving energy sector than it ever was. For most legislators in...

Virginia General Assembly Session Opens. What Energy Legislation Can We Expect?

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

The General Assembly failed to act on clean energy bills in 2016, but as the 2017 legislative session gets underway, advocates hope the delay will have only increased pressure for progress this year. New energy legislation includes ...


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