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September 21, 2017: Governor Walker signs Budget Supporting Utility Customer Advocacy

For Immediate Release:   September 21, 2017 More Information:             Tom Content, 608-251-3322 x. 12, 414-550-4712 (cell) CUB: Governor Walker signs Budget Supporting Utility Customer Advocacy With the state biennial budget signed into law, the Citizens Utility Board would like to express its appreciation for state government leaders who worked to restore funding for groups that …

January 11, 2016: CUB Opposes Repeal of Nuclear Ratepayer Protection Law

For Immediate Release:   January 11, 2016 More Information:             Tom Content, 608-251-3322 x. 12, 414-550-4712 (cell) CUB: Citizens Utility Board Opposes Repeal of Wisconsin’s Nuclear Ratepayer Protection Law MADISON — Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin (CUB) opposes passage of Wisconsin Assembly Bill 384.  AB 384 would repeal statutory language that helps protect Wisconsin’s electric utility …

January 8, 2016: Statement of CUB Before the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy

For Immediate Release:   January 8, 2016 More Information:             Tom Content, 608-251-3322 x. 12, 414-550-4712 (cell) CUB: Citizens Utility Board Testimony before Senate Energy Committee on the repeal of Wisconsin’s nuclear ratepayer protection law Mr. Chairman, members of the committee, good morning, my name is Kurt Runzler, I am the Acting Executive Director of the …

May 4, 2015: MMAC Attempt to Gut Funding for Challenges to Utility Rate Increases

For Immediate Release:   May 4, 2015 CUB: CUB Fights MMAC Attempt to Gut Funding for Challenges to Utility Rate Increases MADISON — Citizens Utility Board Executive Director Kira Loehr is fighting the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s attempt to gut funding for ratepayer challenges to utility rate increases and other requests before the Public Service …

April 16, 2015: Wisconsin Should Continue to Fund Utility Consumer Advocate

For Immediate Release:   April 16, 2015 CUB: Wisconsin Should Continue to Fund Utility Consumer Advocate Washington, D.C. — The National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates (NASUCA) today questioned the actions of a Wisconsin state legislative committee in voting to defund the Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin saying the action was pennywise and pound foolish and …

April 15, 2015: Legislative Committee Votes to Gut Funding for Organizations

For Immediate Release:   April 15, 2015 CUB: Legislative Committee Votes to Gut Funding for Organizations that Fight Utility Rate Increase Proposals before the PSC MADISON — Today, the Joint Finance Committee voted to approve a proposal that reduces and outright eliminates funding sources for consumer organizations like CUB that represent and fight for customer interests …