Fix for troubled Ohio energy law coming down to the wire
COLUMBUS, Ohio--"State lawmakers are split into multiple camps over how Ohio should change an energy law that is at the center of an alleged $60-million bribery scheme.
Millions of Ohio ratepayers in January are scheduled to start paying a new monthly fee that will generate $150 million a year to bailout two nuclear power plants owned by Energy Harbor.
A Franklin County Common Pleas Court judge on Monday issued a preliminary injunction to block collection of the fees. It is unclear if that order may be appealed."
--Laura Bischoff, Dayton Daily News