Leader to address ‘dysfunction’ on energy committee

May 31st, 2012 | By | Category: General

At least four major components of the omnibus energy bill that never made it to the floor of either chamber of the General Assembly in the just-completed annual legislative session are likely to make their way into the special session in two weeks.

While the move is expected to rectify some key issues — in particular, the extension of funding to provide low-cost energy audits for oil-heated homes — many view it as mop-up for a failure that could have been avoided.

For more on this story, visit: Leader to address ‘dysfunction’ on energy committee | The Connecticut Mirror.

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