Gov. Hickenlooper urged to veto SB 252

Hickenlooper-Veto-SB252-letterColorado Senate Bill 252, which would increase Tri-State’s renewable energy requirement in the state to 20 percent by 2020, was passed by both chambers of the legislature earlier this month and now rests in the hands of Gov. John Hickenlooper for his signature or his veto.

Tri-State, the Colorado Rural Electric Association and a consortium of 25 other Colorado-based organizations that oppose SB 252, delivered a letter to the governor late last week — and placed it as a full-page ad in seven major newspapers across the state yesterday — urging him to consider the negative economic impact the bill would have on rural economies and to veto it.

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