From The Norman Transcript:
A measure that could develop incentives to lure a nuclear power generator to Oklahoma cleared a legislative committee this week and is headed to the full House of Representatives.
Norman state Rep. Scott Martin’s “Nuclear Power Incentives Act” received a “do pass” recommendation from the House Energy Committee this week.
Martin’s bill, House Bill 1750, would establish a review process for the state Corporation Commission to consider nuclear power proposals and would create a task force to consider tax changes “that would encourage construction of a nuclear power plant in Oklahoma.”
Previously: Bill promoting nuclear power questioned.