For most companies, the big federal tax cut flows straight to the bottom line. When it comes to regulated utilities, however, should the windfall go to consumers or investors? http://www.stltoday.com/business/columns/david-nicklaus/utilities-can-t-keep-their-corporate-tax-cut-the-money/article_942e9b70-4b50-5b27-928b-96bb348f557d.html
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Today, CCM Board Chair Jackie Hutchinson and Consumer Utility Counsel John Coffman are in Jefferson City testifying before the Public Service Commission on behalf of residential consumers in Missouri in the Spire / Laclede rate case. Jackie, as our expert witness, is advocating on behalf of a low-income program to protect some of Missouri's most vulnerable consumers.
Consumers Council of Missouri has completed a formal review of proposed 2018 health insurance rates in the state of Missouri. This marks the first year the Missouri Department of Insurance has the authority to review rates and CCM is calling for the Department to deem each of the rates hikes “unreasonable.” Three companies will be offering insurance on the exchange in Missouri in 2018: Cign ...