HB 1001 increases voter-mandated standard for utility companies and requires 30 percent of power generated to come from renewable sources by 2020.
Kerr targets deadbeat drivers in one bill, seeks to extend residential solar panel tax break to homeowners who lease their equipment instead of buying it.
Senate Bill 165, which sought to eliminate what Kopp called “redundancies and waste” in state government, falls 3-2. Ritter signs Rep. Andy Kerr’s PERA fix.
Lakewood legislators face a full agenda, including Kopp’s plan to plot a path for “Leaner government” and Tyler’s bill to promote renewable energy sources.
Lakewood’s delegation has a number of proposals in the works and some already have made headway in a session dominated by the prospect of an ailing budget.