Large utilities seeking changes to GOP wetland bill

LARGE UTILITIES SEEKING CHANGES TO GOP WETLAND BILL
Some of the state’s largest utilities are pushing for changes to the GOP wetlands bill, saying the legislation in its current form could cost two of them upwards of $1 million a year if it goes unresolved.
Lobbyists for the utilities — American Transmission Co., We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service, the last two of which are part of the WEC Energy Group — are calling on the bill’s Republican authors to maintain current wetland mitigation practices. The measure would essentially override a law the guv signed just seven weeks ago.
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