House Committee on Energy and Technology (Room 41)
The House Committee on Energy and Technology considers matters relating to energy, including the regulation of power generation, transmission facilities, energy efficiency, natural gas facilities, and siting of energy facilities; utilities, including rates and quality of service; telecommunications, siting of telecommunications facilities, the buildout of cellular and broadband services, and rates and quality of service; and the state's information technology systems.
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- Back Friday February 17, 2017
- Aaron Adler
- H.50: Draft 1.1-H.50 with Amendment House Energy and Technology/Bills/H.50/Drafts and Amendments
- H.50: Draft 1.1-Van Wyck Proposed Amendment House Energy and Technology/Bills/H.50/Drafts and Amendments
- H.50: Draft 1.1-Yantachka Proposed Amendment House Energy and Technology/Bills/H.50/Drafts and Amendments
- David Hall
- H.47: Testimony II House Energy and Technology/Bills/H.47
- H.47: Testimony I House Energy and Technology/Bills/H.47
- H.47: AARP Telemarketing PolicyHouse Energy and Technology/Bills/H.47
- H.47: As Introduced House Energy and Technology/Bills/H.47
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