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Wed May 19, 2004
Four Organizations Oppose PacifiCorp Case
Laramie, Wy – Four Wyoming Business associations are jointly opposing a lawsuit in Federal Court filed by PacifiCorp. The Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association, Retail Merchants association, the Hospital Association and the Automobile Dealers Association all oppose Pacific Corps efforts to collect an additional 91 million dollars in rate fees. The company has gone to federal court to try and get them to overrule the Wyoming Public Service Commissions Denial of the same request. But Mike Moser, who represents the Lodging and Restaurant Association, among others say the lawsuit is using the backdoor to raise energy rates
30001.36 Moser 2 :09 out: energy intensive
Moser fears that the court could strip power from the Public Service Commission, which keeps the public out in the cold.