Montana nuclear power advisory council plan changed at ’11th hour’

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A proposed committee bill setting up an advisory council to help guide the development of nuclear power in Montana imploded Wednesday, and was replaced by a proposal that critics said added partisanship, was rushed and omitted ratemaking provisions that would protect the public.

Advocates of the new bill, which would have to be approved by the 2023 Legislature, said the failed proposal was a “nuclear plan killer” that would hamper efforts to bring clean, efficient nuclear power to Montana.


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