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New Mexico Bill Would Authorize Municipal Aggregations

March 04,2019



A bill (SB 374) has been introduced into the New Mexico legislature that would authorize opt-out municipal aggregation for electricity

Among other things, the bill authorizes imposition of an exit fee from the utilities for such aggregations, with certain provisions set forth in the bill

See the bill for details

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