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Wed January 29, 2014
How North Country Reps Voted On The Moratorium on Wind And Electric Transmission
Eleven of fifteen North Country representatives were among those trying – but failing – to keep alive a bill that would have put a moratorium on wind farms and electric transmission lines such as Northern Pass until the state adopted a comprehensive energy policy.
As NHPR’s Sam Evans-Brown reported the Science, Technology, and Energy Committee previously voted 13 to 6 to recommend killing this bill.
Wednesday the House voted 194 – 148 to take that committee’s recommendation and kill HB 580.
North Country representatives who voted to kill the bill were:
Gary Coulombe, Berlin, Democrat
Larry Enman, Errol, Democrat
Wayne Moynihan, Dummer, Democrat
Yvonne Thomas, Berlin, Democrat
North Country representatives who voted to keep the bill alive were:
Brad Bailey, Monroe, Republican
Rebecca Brown, Sugar Hill, Democrat
Ralph Doolan, Littleton, Republican
Marcia Hammon, Whitefield, Democrat
William Hatch, Gorham, Democrat
Laurence Rappaport, Colebrook, Republican
Herb Richardson, Lancaster, Republican
Leon H Rideout : Lancaster, Republican
Robert L Theberge Berlin, Democrat
Susan Ford, Easton, Democrat
Linda Massimilla, Littleton, Democrat
For votes on other issues go here.