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Topic - Abby Hopper
"I think what has really happened is that the legislators have really had the opportunity to have all of their questions answered," said Abby Hopper, energy adviser to the governor. "They understand the ratepayer protections that are in the bill, and that this is likely to be an effort that is not done solely by the state."