JEFFERSON CITY — While utility regulators with the Missouri Public Service Commission did not take a stance on a bill that would allow utility companies to recoup financing costs for new power plants before they are up and running, some of the commissioners said they worry the bill would increase the workload placed on the commission.
Regulators concerned Ameren bill could up commission's workload
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