The bill’s author, Rep. Rafael Anchia, stated at a public hearing yesterday that a committee substitute will be offered, which has the support of retail electric providers. Though the committee substitute has yet to be officially filed, Anchia said that the “relevant” language from the committee substitute provides that, “the marketing communications and contract materials shall be in plain and easily understood language, and any written material shall printed be in an easily readable font size and style for the consumer.”

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