House Committee on Commerce & Labor to consider
State Corporation Commission - Intervenor Compensation
Bill Numbers
HB556
Title
SCC Intervenor Compensation
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Action
Call your Delegate, or the Committee Chair, to urge them to support HB556! This bill will help ordinary citizens be able to meet the financial costs of bringing their case before the SCC against the overwhelming resources of large public utilities, like Dominion.

!! SPECIAL REQUEST !! If you are based in the Richmond area, or are able to make it there for the Committee hearing, please consider appearing to make an in-person statement. It’s even better if you, or someone you know, have had direct personal experience with bringing a case before the SCC.

[Committee hearing: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1/2 hour after adjournment, House Committee Room, Ground Floor, Room W011, Pocahontas Building -- Not scheduled yet Look up schedule here: http://virginiageneralassembly.gov/house/members/members.php?committee=H14 Click on "Agenda” tab.]
Comments
HB556 expands consumer protections, by providing intervenor compensation, in proceedings involving public utilities before the SCC. This is how the NRDC funded their efforts in complex proceedings to establish Community Choice Aggregation. It allows non-profit intervenor groups to be compensated for their efforts on behalf of the public to work on energy issues with the State Commission Corporation. This would allow groups like the Virginia Sierra Club and the Southern Environmental Law Center to respond along with Dominion and Appalachian in state regulatory issues.
Patrons
Del. Danica Roem (HD13); Del. Sam Rasoul (HD11) (co-patron)
If your Delegate is on the list below, call and say why you support these resolutions! Or email: districtXX@house.virginia.gov (fill in your district)
House Committee on Commerce & Labor (* Chair, ** VC)
Member (Party/District)
* Terry Kilgore (R1)
** Kathy Byron (R22)
Lee Ware (R65)
Tim Hugo (R40)
Daniel Marshall (R14)
Benjamin Cline (R24)
Robert Bell (R58)
Gregory Habeeb (R8)
Isreal O'Quinn (R5)
David Yancey (R94)
Margaret Ransone (R99)
Michael Webert (R18)
Jeion Ward (D92)
Mark Keam (D35)
Eileen Filler-Corn (D41)
Kaye Kory (D38)
Joseph Lindsey (D90)
Lamont Bagby (D74)
David Toscano (D57)
Stephen Heretick (D79)
Michael Mullin (D93)
Jeffrey Bourne (D71)
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