Commission Rejects Placing Florida Electric Choice Initiative On Ballot
A committee of Florida's Constitution Revision Commission has voted to reject placing Proposal 51, which would have required the introduction of electric choice, on the November 2018 ballot
Proposal 51 filed by Florida Energy Freedom, would have amended the state's constitution to make it a right for the state’s electricity customers to choose their electricity provider.
See more on Proposal 51 at EnergyChoiceMatters.com
According to the Miami Herald, the committee voted 5-2 to reject placing Proposal 51 on the ballot.
A comprise which would have exempted some municipal utilities failed on a 3-3 tie.
See the Miami Herald for more
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