House Burns Midnight Oil with Energy Bill

House lawmakers worked into the night Wednesday, vigorously debating the Republican-focused omnibus energy bill, with GOP legislators touting the environmental, conservation and supply features of the packed energy initiative, while Democrats assailed the $33 billion in tax credits being offered to producers. Because debate was expected to last 12 hours, Capitol Hill observers did not expect a final vote until late Wednesday at the earliest.

August 2, 2001

Lawsuit Seeks to Quash Wisconsin Utility Merger

WICOR Inc., parent of Wisconsin Gas, says it intends to”vigorously defend” itself against a shareholder class-actionlawsuit that seeks to put the brakes to the company’s proposedacquisition by Wisconsin Energy Corp.

July 13, 1999
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